© Mr John Rendle
94-103 SYDNEY PLACE (south side)
BATH, BATH AND NORTH EAST SOMERSET, SOMERSET
Mr John Rendle
11 October 2004
12 June 1950
Date of last amendment:
11 August 1972
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1. SYDNEY PLACE
823 (South Side)
Nos 93 to 103 (consec)
including No 93A
(Nos 93 and 93A formerly
listed as No 93)
ST 7565 SE 16/342 12.6.50.
John Pinch architect. 1808. 3 storey and attic. 3 windows. Each
house steps up 14 inches with continuous main cornice. Central and
end houses break forward under pediments. Central pediment has coat
of arms of Vane family. Adam style doors with fan and side lights.
Ground floor windows roundheaded with spiders web glazing and some
with original thin glazing bars. lst floor iron trellis work guards,
and wrought iron lamp stands on pavement. End houses (Nos 93 and 103)
have entrances on side with solid projecting Doric porches. No 93
with contemporary conservatory above. 3 storey bows at both ends,
which are rather narrow for height. No 93, Queen Charlotte lived
1817. No 103, William IV lived.