Teddington Park Road 98-106
Road: Teddington Park Road
These five houses are good solidly built double-fronted 2-storey detached houses, brick built with slate roofs, noted as pre-1900. They have brick porches to front doors. All have garages and all but one have what appears to be original brick boundary walls. The front gardens are used for parking.
No. 98 is red brick with white brick stringer courses, slate roof with closed soffit and dentilated stringer course beneath. There has been a recent loft conversion. Sash windows and ground floor bay window with stone dressing.
Nos. 100 and 102 (known as Mole End in 1970s) have white brick elevations with red brick stringer courses and quoins, sash windows, the bay windows have stone dressing, red brick arches to other windows, slate roof.
No. 104 has white brick front elevation, rubbed brick arches, ground and first floor, some painted, some not.
No. 106 has brick front elevation, slate roof with closed soffit with ornamental stringer course beneath.
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