© Mr Robin Earl LRPS
EAST MANSIONS, 6-10 HEENE TERRACE
WORTHING, WORTHING, WEST SUSSEX
Mr Robin Earl LRPS
26 July 2001
12 September 1975
Date of last amendment:
12 September 1975
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Heene Court Mansions
Nos 6 to 10 (consec)
Nos 11 and 12 (Mayfair Hotel)
Nos 13 to 17 (consec)
TQ1402 SW 2/91
TQ 1302 14/91 12.9.75.
1865, possibly by G A Dean. A unified composition set back from the sea front
behind a garden. 3 storeys, basement and attics. Fawn-coloured brick with stucco
dressings, including bracketed cornice and drafting to basement and ground storey.
Mansard slate roof. 3 windows to each home, mainly sashes but some altered.
Tall dormers, across lst storey on large scroll brackets, with decorative iron
railings from which rise spiral columns supporting cyma reversa canopy, which
projects forward over the porches of composite columns and pilasters supporting
an entablature, which are paired except for the 2 houses at either end, and the
3 centre houses, which project somewhat and have balconies continuous with the
porches (3 bays to each house). The end houses also project somewhat, have 5
windows and a central porch. Both central and end houses have a full attic storey
with its own cornice. Many sections of balcony and some porches are glazed in.
West Mansions and the upper storeys of No 8 are stuccoed. The chimneys vary.
Many are tall with bold bracketing, others have moulded cornice. The basement
areas have railings with pike finials. The rear has half-landing extensions
in abutting pairs.
East Mansions, Heene Court Mansions, No 6 to 17 (consec), and West Mansions,
Heene Terrace and the Burlington Hotel, Wordsworth Road, form a group of which
the Burlington Hotel is of local interest only.