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© Mr Derek Wilson

IoE Number: 135772
Photographer: Mr Derek Wilson
Date Photographed: 17 September 2002
Date listed: 09 September 1954
Date of last amendment: 09 September 1954
Grade II

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1.CARLTON CRESCENT5239No 16(Carlton Lodge)SU 4112 1/809.9.54

1. CARLTON CRESCENT 5239 No 16 (Carlton Lodge) SU 4112 1/80 9.9.54 II GV 2. Circa 1830. Two storeys and attics stuccoed. Slate roof with wide cornice. Panelled frieze and pilaster treatment at angles. The north elevation has a central portion projecting the whole height with a door in the centre. Glazed double door with moulded architrave flanked by niches between pilasters supporting frieze and cornice at first floor level. Three windows on the north front, all 3 light sashes. Outside forst floor windows have small cast iron window box guards. Ground floor windows have arched fan tympana. West elevation has a 2 storey bay and small secondary door. One storey extension to Carlton Crescent elevation, also with one triple bay with shell tympanum. House set back from road with contemporary cast iron bollards connected by thin railings. Groups with No 56 Bedford Place (q.v.) to form a corner compostion.

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