2 & 4, Clayport Street

Description

CLAYPORT STREET 1. 5330 (North Side) Nos 2 and 4 NU 1813 SE 1/215 II GV 2. Including No 1 Fenkle Street. A late C18/early C19 building on the comer of Fenkle Street, altered in 1866. Three storeys. Three windows to Clayport Street and 2 to Fenkle Street. Ashlar with moulded cill string to 1st floor and cill band to 2nd floor. Slightly tented slate roof, hipped at corner; 4 brick chimneys. Late glazed sash windows, 6 on 2nd floor to Clayport Street. First floor windows have moulded architraves and pediments, 3 with carved tympana including the date 1866 and the initials JL, JL. and EA to east and JL to south ( which has one window with arch headed glazing). Ground floor part painted. 1866 shop front to east: panelled pilasters and shouldered window, round headed doorways with foliate caps, dogtooth cornice. To south are 2 round headed doorways with keystones and 6 panel doers; a small shop window in centre recently altered with plain plate glass.

Tags

Issues

Comments

Map

Images

Resources

NameDescription
Historic England listing: 2 & 4, Clayport StreetHistoric England listing: 2 & 4, Clayport Street
Keys to the past: 2 & 4, Clayport StreetKeys to the past: 2 & 4, Clayport Street

Share