© Mr Graham Wilson
5-20 SOMERSET PLACE
BATH, BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET, SOMERSET
Mr Graham Wilson
05 March 2006
12 June 1950
Date of last amendment:
11 August 1972
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1. SOMERSET PLACE
Nos 5 to 20 (consec)
[formerly listed as
No 1 & Nos 6 to 20 (consec)]
ST 7466 SW 5/453 12.6.50.
Architect John Eveleigh. 1793. 3 storeys and mansard. 3 windows.
Crowning cornice with modillions and parapet. Doorways have architraves
on rusticated blocks, carved keystones, consoles and entablatures. The
central feature of facade comprises a large curved broken pediment decorated
with large discs arid swags. 1st floor windows of these centre houses have
architraves and entablatures and there is a central niche enriched with
swags and pediment.
Nos 5 to 7 and Nos 10 to 13 are restored. Last 4 houses on West side were
never built. Many houses have wrought-iron window guards. Area railings.
Lampholders to Nos 10 and 11.