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The subject property is a mid terraced house of late Victorian origin, likely to have been constructed around 1900. It is set over 3 floors.
The property is constructed of fair faced solid brickwork elevations under a pitched concrete interlocking tile covered roof to the main building and a lead roof to the ground floor bay. The rainwater goods are in PVC. The external windows and doors are part uPVC sealed unit double glazing, part single glazed timber casements, part single glazed double hung sashes and part single glazing set within metal frames.
There are gardens to the front and rear.
The property is situated amongst similar style housing, in reasonably close proximity to local facilities and amenities. The property is opposite Pymmes Park.
Victoria Road connects Church Street to the north, to the A406 North Circular Road to the south.
Silver Street overground train station is approximately 0.2 miles to the south.