HOWICK STREET 1. 5330 (West Side) No 3 (Howick House) and Howick Street Garage NU 1813 SE 1/283 II GV 2. Part of Howick Street development after 1831. Two storeys, 5 windows in all. Gabled 2nd floor added to the garage (former coach works which were part of original development). Ashlar, No 3 painted, with 1st floor cill band and moulded eaves cornice. Part slate, part asbestos roof; No 3 has 4 plastic vases and cross ridged features on the eaves. One shared brick chimney and one stone chimney. Glazing bar sash windows, No 3 with louvred shutters on 1st floor. No 3 has round headed doorway with boldly rusticated quoins and diamond panelled door. Garage has large depressed arch to right. To left is a 2nd floor, a late C19 addition with a heavy gable having scrolls to raised pediment at apex and a 2 light round headed central window with a moulded hood. The 3 storey property, now divided, extends back to Gill's Lane; inside are panelled dados taken from SS Olympic (cf White Swan, Bondgate Within). The south wall on the 1st floor is partly timber framed (recent) with brick infill.
Coach Factory by Barbara Woodhouse
|Historic England listing: 3 Howick Street (Howick House and Howick Street Garage)||Historic England listing: 3 Howick Street (Howick House and Howick Street Garage)|
|Keys to the past: 3 Howick Street (Howick House and Howick Street Garage)||Keys to the past: 3 Howick Street (Howick House and Howick Street Garage)|