The Causeway 4-14
Road: The Causeway
Property: 4-14 (evens)
The properties at 4-14 The Causeway were built around the 1880s. They are a symmetrical development of purpose-built retail units with two symmetrical floors above the terrace. They are 3 storeys tall and constructed of London stock brick with red brick façades, stone window surrounds, stone string course and cream brick banding. No.14 still retains the original shopfront which consists of a central opening, timber stall riser and thin pilasters to each side of the doorway which turn into three curved timber frames. Some shopfronts have large end pilasters where the corbel bracket rises to the first level and is surmounted by a plinth with ball finial with spikes. 4-14 The Causeway forms a good example of original retail development, with 68-72 Broad Street. (See BTM: Broad Street 68-72). They retain many original features and details which are of a high quality at this prominent junction. (Source: Richmond Council Assessment)
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