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Starting at the street corner of Cassell Street, this row of three terraced houses displays different states of maintenance. Unfortunately none of them are heritage protected, putting the entire row at risk given that the dilapiated end terrace was recently sold.
The three terraces have separate corrugated iron hipped roofs with eave brackets giving them a sense of individuality, while the shared chimneys and party walls allude to them being part of a row. Only one of the terraces (237) gives an indication of its original dark polychromatic facade, the others being painted in a single colour with only the chimneys and their bands of yellow and brown brick remaining unchanged.