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36-8 Durban Street

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36-8 Durban Street, Worcester

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Bassett, B., Rudner, J. & Pistorius, P. (1985) An annotated survey of buildings of architectural, historical and contextual importance in the central area of Worcester. National Monuments Council. Other Publication

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Tammy.Johannes

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Post date: 19/02/2021
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36 is a double storey 3-bay house with stepped-up parapet, dated 1892. Corner quoins separate one bay from the rest. The first floor has rectangular vents and small 6 x 6 sashes with plaster surrounds and a string course at sill height. The ground floor has large 6 x 6 sashes with plaster surrounds and doorways with quoins. Modern doors and sidelights, and large fanlights. Pergola with vines on plain plastered brick columns. One end-wall with diamond window.
38 is attached to 36 and is single storey with iron saddle roof with covered gable.
Two square vents and one round vent, with string course below. 6 x 6 sashes; modern doors with large fanlights. Pergola and painted facebrick garden wall continuous with 36.
 
 

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