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Minton Cottages, Hartshill Road


Area
Hartshill
Street
Hartshill Road
Heritage No.
62 A
Grade
II
Date Listed
15 March 1993
Building: 263 Hartshill Road
Location: STOKE ON TRENT SJ8645SE HARTSHILL ROAD
Description:  1857 red and blue brick with plain tile roof, designed by George Gilbert Scott 

There are two cottages - one at each end of the row of 9 terrace cottages (mirrors of each other) numbers 263 and 285 Hartshill Road

 

Two end cottages initiated by Herbert Minton
Two end cottages initiated by Herbert Minton
designed by George Gilbert Scott,
built under the supervision of Colin Minton Campbell

photo:  Mr Clive Shenton  May 2001
 


Cottage. 

Red brick with blue brick dressings and plain tiled roof with scalloped bands and ridge cresting. Gothic style, asymmetrical planned on 2 storeys.

Canted gable faces street with trefoiled lower windows with red and black tiles set below relieving arches. Upper windows are dormers in the hipped roof of the gable, with shouldered frames and tiled panels in the apex below scalloped bargeboards. To the right, a short projecting bay with gabled porch across the angle, and projecting casement window in the west wall, with decorative panelling below. Pronounced bargeboards are carried on corbels. Stack against rear wall.



photo: Steve Birks  2000
 


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