10-16 Kingsway, Altrincham WA14 1PJ
Roofed and walled permanent structures.
The majority of these buildings are red stock brick in a Flemish brick bond. others are of stone. The structures vary in height from three to four storeys. Properties 10 and 16 have hipped roofs, whereas properties 12 and 14 have pitched roofs; all the roofs are cladded with blue slate and feature chimneys and eaves brackets. The windows of the buildings are timber vertical sliding sash windows and vary in shape from squared to tall, properties 10 and 16 have stone sills and stone headers where was 12 and 14 have stone sills and brick headers. Other features of these buildings are revival details on the doorways, number 16 has corbels.
Statement of Significance
Architectural and Artistic InterestThese buildings retain a level of historic fabric and historic architectural detail which make a positive contribution to the surrounding area.
Group ValueAs a group they illustrate the development of the settlement in which they stand
Historic InterestThese buildings illustrate the evolution of the wider settlement.
24 Jul 2023
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