© Mr Robin Earl LRPS
1-12 LIVERPOOL TERRACE
WORTHING, WORTHING, WEST SUSSEX
Mr Robin Earl LRPS
28 January 2001
11 October 1949
Date of last amendment:
11 October 2049
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Nos 1 to 12 (consec)
TQ 1402 NE 3/20
TQ 1402 SE 4/20 11.10.49.
1830-1835. Possibly designed by Amon Henry Wilds of Brighton, but Edward Snewin's
"Glimpses of Old Worthing" gives the Architect as Henry Cotton. 4 storeys and basement
with area (an extra storey added to Nos 8 and 10), 4 windows each. Stuccoed, the
ground floor rusticated. Curved bay of 3 windows each on all floors including the
basement. Cornice and parapet. Stringcourse above 1st floor. Iron balconies on
1st floor (replaced at Nos 8, 11 and 12). Instead of an iron balcony
No 10 has a narthex or colonnade of 5 large Doric columns over the pavement with
a wide stuccoed balcony above having a balustrade supporting urns. Nearly all glazing
bars intact. Rectangular fanlights to doorways and 8 panelled moulded doors. Railings
to basement areas and front steps, with finials in form of spears impaling crescents.
Nos 1 to 12 (consec) form a group.