Saturday, 19 May 2012

63 East Street

Red-brick Queen Anne style c.1888 has been rendered boring and easily missable by a drab, uniform paint job. The gable end has typical timbering, and pargeting with an unusual and attractive floral design, worth picking-out one would think . . . .

2 comments:

  1. Why! That's Honesty etched into the gable end. How lovely. How UNUSUAL! A seedhead, instead of a bloom. Not sure I've ever seen anything other than maybe a rosehip featured - and never Honesty.

    Valerie Paynter

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  2. I wonder if it references the original owner?

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