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© Miss Esther Harbour

IoE Number: 365501
Location: NOS 7-19 AND ATTACHED RAILINGS, 7-19 BRUNSWICK TERRACE
  HOVE, BRIGHTON AND HOVE, EAST SUSSEX
Photographer: Miss Esther Harbour
Date Photographed: 01 August 2004
Date listed: 24 March 1950
Date of last amendment: 24 March 1950
Grade I

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HOVE TQ2904SE BRUNSWICK TERRACE 579-1/23/23 Nos.7-19 (Consecutive) 24/03/50 and attached railings (Formerly Listed as: BRUNSWICK TERRACE Nos.7-32 (Consecutive)) GV I Includes: No.1A WATERLOO STREET. Terrace of dwellings, now subdivided into flats. 1824-8, alterations to attic space during C20. Stucco over brick, steeply pitched bitumen covered slate roofs end bays, otherwise mansard roofs. Terrace forming south return to east side of Brunswick Square. 3 storeys plus attic over basement, 3:12:9:12:3 bays forming temple front with wings, 3 bays to each unit, mixed glazing bars, pedimented tablet centre inscribed Brunswick Terrace in raised lettering, glazed addition on former site of cupola and viewing platform, renewed railings to latter, attic storey to end bays, otherwise dormers and additions set in mansard roof, pilasters with half bottle balustrading on returns as parapet rising from full moulded entablature carried on giant Corinthian columns in centre and end bays, elsewhere pilasters and pilaster quoins with Corinthian capitals, individual cast-iron balconies to first floor windows, rusticated ground floor, some blind boxes surviving, square-headed entrances, original doors to Nos 7, 8 & 10, others mainly C20 doors, some bootscrapers. Right return onto Waterloo Street: 3 storeys plus attic over basement, 3 bays, blind bay left otherwise sash windows with glazing bars and French casement to first floor opening onto flat-roofed enclosed Tuscan porch carrying cyma-shaped cast-iron balcony - the entrance to No.7. Attractive cast-iron support, probably a re-used balcony, to water tank on rear elevation. Abutting to north a property known as No.1A Waterloo Street, a late C19 rebuilding or refronting of part of No.7; stucco over brick, roof concealed behind pierced parapet with pilasters; single storey, 4 bays, sash windows with glazing bars, 2 canted bays flanked by fixed light bull's eye windows, entrance end bay right, 6-panel door. Cast-iron railings fronting terrace and returned to entrances including the entrance and street frontage of No.1A Waterloo Street. The original bottle balustrading and coping to the parapet is incomplete.

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