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A Grade II Listed Building in Hawarden, Flintshire

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Latitude: 53.184 / 53°11'2"N

Longitude: -3.023 / 3°1'22"W

OS Eastings: 331732

OS Northings: 365698

OS Grid: SJ317656

Mapcode National: GBR 74.3J5N

Mapcode Global: WH88C.J7PF

Plus Code: 9C5R5XMG+HQ

Entry Name: 50

Listing Date: 16 November 1994

Last Amended: 16 November 1994

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 15050

Building Class: Domestic

Location: On the street line, opposite the junction with Cross-tree Lane.

County: Flintshire

Community: Hawarden (Penarl√Ęg)

Community: Hawarden

Built-Up Area: Sandycroft

Traditional County: Flintshire

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An early C19 2-storey row of cottages, described as "New Row" in an estate survey in 1844. Symmetrical facade expressed in 3 sections. Of brick, under a continuous shallow-pitched slate roof with dentilated eaves and plain cornice band. Large rectangular stacks shared between 2 cottages. The six central cottages are expressed as reflected units, the central pair advancing slightly. Each of the 3 units has a full-height blind arch with depressed head within which, on the ground floor are paired entrances, one to each cottage. On the first floor, centrally-placed above these, is a dummy window. The 2 end cottages are flush with the flanking paired units, their entrances towards the gable ends. Above each of these is a blind, recessed cross. Each cottage retains its original 5-panelled door, with flat-arched lintel above. 24 and 30 pane fixed iron windows to ground and first floors respectively, though 6 of these are replacements, both of No 50 recent and inappropriate. All have flat-arched lintels and plain projecting cills and are recessed. Nos 46, 48 and 54 have external painted wooden shutters to the ground floor windows, an original feature.

Rubble rear with brick dentilated eaves. Early C20 rear extensions to each cottage, all except end ones with shared roofs.

Reasons for Listing

An interesting and early estate terrace in a prominent position in Glynne Way.

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