Chestal Terrace, Dursley

Chestal Terrace, Dursley

John
A terrace of six stone cottages dated 'W.P. 1892''. Picturesque Victorian/Cotswold style. Combination of limestone rubble and tufa stone from the adjacent quarry. Ashlar platband. Canted bay windows on the two end cottages. Decorative porches on timber brackets. Red brick chimneys. 'W.P.' stands for William Phelps who had Chestal Terrace built on the site of Townsend Mill, which was owned by the Phelps family. #building #Dursley
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