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IoE Number: 481127
Location: NUMBERS 5-20 AND ATTACHED RAILINGS, 5-20 REGENCY SQUARE (west side)
  BRIGHTON, BRIGHTON AND HOVE, EAST SUSSEX
Photographer: Mr Peter Keeble
Date Photographed: 04 July 2007
Date listed: 13 October 1999
Date of last amendment: 26 August 1999
Grade II*

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BRIGHTON TQ3004SW REGENCY SQUARE 577-1/38/737 (West side) 13/10/52 Nos.5-20 (Consecutive) and attached railings (Formerly Listed as: REGENCY SQUARE Nos.5-10 (Consecutive)) (Formerly Listed as: REGENCY SQUARE Nos.11, 12 AND 12A) (Formerly Listed as: REGENCY SQUARE Nos.14-20 (Consecutive)) GV II* Terraced houses. c1818. By Amon Wilds and Amon Henry Wilds. Stuccoed to ground floor, painted brick above apart from Nos 7-8, 11 and 15 which are stuccoed all over, and No.18 which has unpainted brick on the upper floors. Roofs of slate. EXTERIOR: 4 storeys over basement with dormers, except for Nos 14-20 which are of 3 storeys; one-window range in the form of a broad triple or tripartite window to bay, except for No.12 which is of 3-window range. Ground floor decorated with banded rustication. Steps up to porch of Doric columns and entablature, except for Nos 5, 15, 17 and 19-20 which are Ionic, No.15 mutilated. Recessed round-arched entrance with fanlight. All windows flat-arched. Full-height segmental bay to right of entrance, wider above the ground floor. Bays have triple windows except for Nos 6 first, second and third floors, 14 and 15 ground floor and 16-18, which are tripartite and No.12 which has 2 windows to ground floor and 3 above. Balcony to first floor with cast-iron railings except on No.5 where it is missing and Nos 6, 10, 12 and 16-18 which have canopies also; storey band between second and third floors; cornices interrupted on Nos 5 and 6, missing on Nos 13 and 19; Nos 11-13 have attic storey with secondary cornice; blocking course; dormers in mansard roof; stacks to party walls. Cast-iron railings to steps and area with conical finials. Features of interest on individual houses are: No.5, panelled reveals to entrance and decorative glazing to overlight, mullions to first-, second-, and third-floor windows decorated with reeding; No.6 has panelled door of original design and decorative glazing to fanlight; Nos 7-9 have Greek key ornament and paterae to porch entablature and decorative glazing to fanlight; No.1 has triglyphs and paterae to porch entablature, blind boxes to second floor; Nos 12-13 have triglyphs and paterae to porch entablature and decorative glazing to fanlight; No.12 has panelled door and sashes of original design and cast-iron window-guards to ground floor; No.13 has triglyphs, paterae and mutule cornice to porch entablature, and sashes of original design; No.15 has re-entrant angle to porch and sashes of original design; No.16 has re-entrant angle to porch, Greek key and paterae to porch entablature and sashes of original design; No.17 has pulvinated frieze to porch entablature, cast-iron window-guards to ground floor and sashes of original design to first and second floors; No.18 has modillion cornice to porch entablature and sashes of original design; No.20 has former round-arched entrance, now blocked, on right-hand return, decorated with banded rustication and framed by pilasters and entablature. INTERIOR: not inspected.

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