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Latitude: 55.8831 / 55°52'59"N
Longitude: -4.3021 / 4°18'7"W
OS Eastings: 256098
OS Northings: 667941
OS Grid: NS560679
Mapcode National: GBR 08B.ZT
Mapcode Global: WH3P1.WDKB
Entry Name: 4-8 (Even Nos) Cleveden Road, with Gatepiers and Walls
Listing Date: 28 July 1987
Source: Historic Scotland
Source ID: 374794
Historic Scotland Designation Reference: LB32487
Building Class: Cultural
Electoral Ward: Partick East/Kelvindale
Traditional County: Lanarkshire
Circa 1893. 2 storeys, attic and basement, Jacobean detailed semi-detached villa with symmetrical facade to W and entrance
facades to N and S. Stugged ashlar with polished margins and
dressings; rock-faced basement. Picturesque gabled finialled
roofline with finialled dormers breaking through eaves.
Windows mainly single light, sash and case, plate glass, roll
moulded or with hollow chamfered architraves.
W elevation, symmetrical 4-bay with advanced gabled outer
bays with 2-storey canted windows rising to solid parapet.
Bipartite roll moulded windows set in gable. Inner bays with
single light windows. Continuous string course at 1st floor
N facade, entrance to No 8 irregular 3-bay with taller
advanced gabled bay to left with 2-storey canted window,
continuous hood mould over ground; hooded mullioned bipartite
set in gable, flanked by octagonal ogee-capped finials. To
centre, steps oversailing basement to depressed arched
doorpiece with obelisk finials flanking pierced "cartouche"
pediment. Balustraded single storey angled bay to right,
windows with stained glass. Steps and basement area with
S elevation; irregular 3-bay with advanced gabled bay to
left. At ground roll-moulded window set in panel with
consoles supporting balcony with pierced parapet to 1st floor
window. Steps oversailing basement to No 4: central doorpiece
with consoles supporting round arched hood. Otherwise, S
elevation plainer in detail. Deep parapet to all elevations;
tall Jacobean stacks; axial stacks; slate roofs.
Some good interiors survive; rococco marble chimney pieces
and panelled ceilings and French Louis Quinze plasterwork.
Low stugged coped ashlar walls to gardens. 2 pairs of tall
square coped ashlar gatepiers.
Formerly North and South Arnewood.
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