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12 & 13 St. Saviour’s Place

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These houses formerly comprised of three buildings, No. 12, one between No. 12 and 13, and No. 13. They were built of brick with pantiled roofs, date from about the second quarter of the 19th century and, though similar in style, are of different builds. No. 12 is three-storeyed and two bays wide, No. 13 is of two storeys with attic and of three bays on the ground floor but only two on the first floor. The house between the two, of one bay and three storeys, has no independent front door; in 1850 it was apparently part of No. 13 but in 1961 was shown as part of No. 12. No. 13 has a typical pilastered doorcase with dentilled cornice and is built in English Garden Wall Bond, unlike the Flemish Bond of the other two buildings. All houses incorporate some earlier brickwork on the rear elevations and all have gutters carried on coupled bearers.

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