Havelock Street
Victorian style two-up, two-down terraced house - late 1800s, early 1900s.
Havelock Street

2 bedroom house at the end of a terrace. Compare this with the slightly bigger terraced house in Saint Martin's Road.

This one has original slates instead of tiles on the roof (unlike its neighbour) and less decoration - no coloured brickwork, no covered porch - only a simple flat or 'cambered' arch over the door and windows. ('Cambered' means it is very slightly curved. See White's book, bibliography, page 43, for general arch types).

Many of these houses are now lodgings for students at the University College behind



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