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Old June 13th, 2015, 12:46 PM   #81
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My first home in the north east was on Bath Terrace. Pointless bit of info for you. Fine houses though and large on the inside (I lived in the white double fronted one).
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Bath Terrace, Blyth

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My first home in the north east was on Bath Terrace. Pointless bit of info for you. Fine houses though and large on the inside (I lived in the white double fronted one).
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My first home in the north east was on Bath Terrace. Pointless bit of info for you. Fine houses though and large on the inside (I lived in the white double fronted one).
I know you know that the house looks like but others may not, so here is an image I took yesterday, certainly looks a lovely building.

Number 13 is a Listed Building and this is the protection text courtesy of the British Listed Buildings web site @ http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co...-#.VYvbC0bIbW8

Description: 13, Bath Terrace

Grade: II
Date Listed: 16 November 1981
English Heritage Building ID: 235993

OS Grid Reference: NZ3199781303
OS Grid Coordinates: 431997, 581303
Latitude/Longitude: 55.1251, -1.4998

Location: Bath Terrace, Blyth, Northumberland NE24 3AX

Locality: Blyth
County: Northumberland
Country: England
Postcode: NE24 3AX

BLYTH BATH TERRACE
NZ 3181 SE and NZ 38 SW
12/29 and 2/29 No. 13
16.11.81
GV II

House, early C19. Rendered and whitewashed; Welsh slate roof. 2 storeys, 3 bays, symmetrical. Renewed door in stone doorcase with engaged columns supporting impost frieze extended above side columns. Fanlight above, the whole within round-arched recess. 4-pane sash windows with wedge lintels and slightly-projecting sills. Stone-coped gable to right; end stacks. Rear elevation shows margined sash stair window with C19 coloured glass.

Listing NGR: NZ3199781303



Number 12 Bath Terrace is also Listed as:

Description: 12, Bath Terrace

Grade: II
Date Listed: 16 November 1981
English Heritage Building ID: 235992

OS Grid Reference: NZ3199181314
OS Grid Coordinates: 431991, 581314
Latitude/Longitude: 55.1252, -1.4999

Location: Bath Terrace, Blyth, Northumberland NE24 3AX

Locality: Blyth
County: Northumberland
Country: England
Postcode: NE24 3AX

BLYTH BATH TERRACE
NZ 3181 SE
12/28 No. 12
16.11.81
GV II

House, c.1800. Brick in English Garden Wall Bond 1 and 5, with tooled-and- margined stone dressings; Welsh slate roof. 2 storeys, 3 bays, symmetrical. Central 4-panel door with overlight, in renewed wood doorcase. 4-pane sash windows; all openings with wedge lintels. 2 similar sashes in gabled roof dormers with shaped bargeboards and moulded finials. Stone-coped gable to right; end stacks.

Image 24th June 2015:


Numbers 5 to 10 are also Listed as:

Description: 5-10, Bath Terrace

Grade: II
Date Listed: 6 November 1981
English Heritage Building ID: 235990

OS Grid Reference: NZ3196881351
OS Grid Coordinates: 431968, 581351
Latitude/Longitude: 55.1255, -1.5002

Location: Bath Terrace, Blyth, Northumberland NE24 3AX

Locality: Blyth
County: Northumberland
Country: England
Postcode: NE24 3AX

Listing NGR: NZ3199181314

BLYTH BATH TERRACE
NZ 3181 SE
Nos. 5 - 10
12/26
(consecutive)
6.11.81
II

Terrace, c.1790. Brick in English Garden Wall Bond 1 and 5, with cut stone dressings; Welsh slate roof except for C20 tiles on No. 5. 2 storeys + attics, each house 2 bays except for No. 7, 3 bays. 4-panel doors to Nos. 6 and 7, other doors renewed; 3-pane overlight to No. 10, others plain; all doors in renewed wooden doorcases, some with pediments. Windows mostly 4-pane sashes, with wedge lintels. Gabled roof dormers (2 to No. 7) with round arched 4-pane sashes, shaped bargeboards and moulded finials. Ridge stacks. Rear elevation has similar dormers. No. 7 has contemporary wing with hipped roof.

Interior: No.lO has dog-leg stair with stick balusters, moulded newel and ramped moulded handrail. Folding panelled shutters. Interiors of other houses not seen, some said to be considerably altered.

Listing NGR: NZ3196881351

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Old December 19th, 2015, 06:57 PM   #83
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Victoria Square for Baha-I Centre

Running adjacent to the Central Motorway is this terrace of Grade II Listed Buildings, located just off Jesmond Road West.

This is the protection text courtesy of the British Listed Buildings web site @ http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co...-#.VnVO9eLkq34

Description: Numbers 2-30 and Railings to Front

Grade: II
Date Listed: 30 March 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 304906

OS Grid Reference: NZ2520265216
OS Grid Coordinates: 425202, 565216
Latitude/Longitude: 54.9809, -1.6077

Location: Victoria Square, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE2 4DE

Locality: Newcastle upon Tyne
County: Newcastle upon Tyne
Country: England
Postcode: NE2 4DE

NZ 26 NE NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE VICTORIA SQUARE (east side)
9/556 (Formerly Victoria Terrace)
Nos. 2-30 (even) and railings in front
GV II

Terrace of 15 houses. Circa 1840.

English bond brick with ashlar basement and dressings; Welsh slate roof. Basement and 3 storeys; central 4 houses have 3 bays each (Nos. 12-18) as has No. 2 at right. Others have 2 bays and No. 30 has an entrance bay of 2 storeys (raised c.1984) set back at left. 6 or 7 steps to 4-panelled doors with vertical bead, No. 18 covered, in left bays (except in No. 2 where it is central). Overlights, some with glazing bars, and architraves, to all doors; door of No. 30 later C19. Wedge stone lintels to sash windows, many with glazing bars; c20 glazing to upper floors of No. 6; projecting stone sills. First floor band; shallow end brick pilasters.

Sandstone block inscribed VICTORIA TERRACE at right.

Many original handrails to steps; spearhead railings in front of No. 28.

Listing NGR: NZ2520265216

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Images taken 18th December 2015:













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042177:Victoria Square, Jesmond, Newcastle upon Tyne, City Engineers, 27th April 1970


Type : Photograph Medium : Print-black-and-white Description : A view of Victoria Square Jesmond Newcastle upon Tyne taken April 27th 1970. Sandyford Road is in the foreground. The buildings on both side of Sandyford Road have been demolished. The rear of houses on Victoria Square can be seen in the background.


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Whilst photographing Victoria Sqaure the other day - see https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpo...7&postcount=83 I did notice a sign above a door at the southern end of the terrace showing 'Baha'is Meeting Rooms'.

Noticed this planning application on the Newcastle City Council portal:

2015/1780/01/DET | Change of use from meeting room for religous group (Class D1) to flat (Class C3(a)) | Baha-I Centre 30D Victoria Square Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 4DE

Reference 2015/1780/01/DET
Alternative Reference PP-04681173
Application Received Wed 09 Dec 2015
Application Validated Mon 14 Dec 2015
Address Baha-I Centre 30D Victoria Square Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 4DE
Proposal Change of use from meeting room for religous group (Class D1) to flat (Class C3(a))
Status Registered
Decision Not Available
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=NZ2ZL5BSMPK00

Information on the Bahá'í Faith can be found @ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bah%C3%A1'%C3%AD_Faith
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11 Carlton Terrace, Jesmond

This is the unlisted side of Carlton Terrace - photographed 22nd June 2016:




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Old July 11th, 2016, 04:42 PM   #85
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Carlton Terrace

This is the Grade II Listed side of Carlton Terrace, north side of Jesmond Road West and photographed 22nd June 2016.

This is the protective text courtesy of the British Listed Buildings web site @ http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co...-#.V4OeDDWum34

Description: Carlton Terrace

Grade: II
Date Listed: 17 December 1971
English Heritage Building ID: 304649

OS Grid Reference: NZ2503865221
OS Grid Coordinates: 425038, 565221
Latitude/Longitude: 54.9810, -1.6103

Location: 1 Jesmond Rd W, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE2 4EU

Locality: Newcastle upon Tyne
County: Newcastle upon Tyne
Country: England
Postcode: NE2 4EU

NZ 26 NW and NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE JESMOND ROAD
NZ 26 NE (north side)
9/329 Nos 29-47 odd(Carlton Terrace) (formerly isted as No. 29, Nos. 31 to 47 odd, No. 49)
17/12/71
G.V. II

Terrace of 11 houses. Circa 1838. Said to be by John Dobson.

English garden wall bond brick with painted ashlar ground floor to left end pavilion, and painted ashlar dressings; Welsh slate roof. 3 storeys, 7 houses from 2 to 5 bays, 32 bays in all.

Central 6 and end groups of 4 bays project slightly, the central plain and the outer pavilions with pilasters. 8-panelled doors, except that to No. 33 renewed, with overlights in architraves. Wedge stone lintels to sashes, most with glazing bars; projecting stone lintels except at second floor, which has sill band.

Recessed brick panels below first floor sills; first-floor band. End pavilions also have second-floor band, and giant corner and central Doric pilasters beneath paired gutter brackets; and eaves cornice; gutter cornice between pavilions.

Banded brick chimneys to low-pitched roof. Left return has 3 bays; steps to C2O door in flat Doric doorcase with side lights; Doric cases to windows, tripartite in outer bays.

Listing NGR: NZ2503865221







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Hope House, Percy Gardens, Tynemouth

This is Hope House, 47 Percy Gardens, Tynemouth which overlooks Tynemouth Outdoor Pool and gives fantastic views over the Longsands, photographed 8th August 2016.

A six bedroomed house, built in 1875 and is faced with white ceramic glazed bricks. At the rear of the building is the Hope House - Battery Observation Post.

It was in the past used as a guest house but is now back as residential.






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Sand Cottage, Cheviot View, Whitley Bay

This double fronted property on Cheviot View, Whitley Bay caught my eye, photographed 3rd February 2017.

Cheviot View is in a strange position as it faces onto the rear's of the next road to the North.



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This double fronted property on Cheviot View, Whitley Bay caught my eye, photographed 3rd February 2017.

Cheviot View is in a strange position as it faces onto the rear's of the next road to the North.



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The house looks rendered and pebble dashed on the google view.Even though the house brickwork looks scarred by cement it looks better than the render. It may be possible to clean off a lot of the cement off the bricks using a brick acid,as used by new build companies.
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Anyone notice that people are retro fitting stained glass to thirties private housing, where this was especially popular, but in many cases was ripped out and replaced by plain glass in the seventies? I think some of the designs on the glass were fantastic, I do remember a house on Hawkeys Lane( sorry no picture), North Shields, having a side window design with the sun rising over a mountain.
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Edwards Road, Whitley Bay

These two end properties opposite each other on the Whitley Road end of Edwards Road caught my eye the other day, 7th June 2017.

Both with light coloured finished bricks to their facade but one with I reckon to be additions with the inclusion of red brick.






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Both with light coloured finished bricks
Lily bricks, from Chopwell. (Not sure of exact name but the chopwell bit's right).
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Bishops Avenue, Arthur's Hill, Newcastle

A change in colour from the conventional and traditional red bricked Tyneside Flats as can be seen on Bishops Avenue, Arthur's Hill, photographed 25th May 2017.



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Hope House, 8 Westgate Hill Terrace

Typical brick built house in the area behind Westgate Hill, Newcastle - now divided into flats. Photographed 9th March 2018.








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Hope House, 8 Westgate Hill Terrace


One from the shoe box, taken 19th May 2002 whilst on a Newcastle City Guides walk.


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Bath Terrace, Tynemouth

As viewed from Tynemouth Road, this is the Grade II Listed Bath Terrace in Tynemouth, 25th June 2018.

Comprising eleven houses built in the 1830's many of which have subsequently been converted into flats.


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Magdalene Court, Ancrum Street, Spital Tongues

These flats on Ancrum Street are under the ownership of the St Mary Magdalene and Holy Jesus Trust.

This from the Trusts web site @ http://www.mmhjtrust.com/

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The Charity exists mainly to provide housing – almshouses – for older persons who are in need, hardship or distress. The Trust also provides domestic and maintenance services for those beneficiaries requiring assistance.

The Charity’s area of benefit is the City of Newcastle upon Tyne and the surrounding area. The governing document of the Charity provides flexibility to appoint residents who live outside the area of benefit or who have not lived in the area of benefit for the required number of years but who are otherwise qualified. While preference to certain Homes is given to poor Freemen, widows or single daughters of Freemen, the governing document of the Charity provides flexibility to enable a more effective allocation of vacant properties where there is no reasonably foreseeable prospect of suitably qualified applicants being appointed.

The individual circumstances of beneficiaries are considered on their own merit. A significant number of beneficiaries receive Local Authority support via housing benefit when living in the almshouses. The Charity continues to work in partnership with other agencies to provide access to free and confidential advice regarding benefits and entitlements.

Qualifying applicants for the Hospital of Holy Jesus must be either poor single Freemen or the widows or single daughters of Freemen who have resided within a radius of 5 miles of the Chapel of St Thomas the Martyr for not less than 1 year prior to the date of appointment.

Some qualifying applicants for the Hospital of St Mary Magdalene must be poor Freemen over 50 years of age whose partners, if they have them, may live in the Homes with them. If there are insufficient applicants to fill those vacancies, poor women over 50 years of age who are the widows or single daughters of Freemen are eligible.

Qualifying applicants for Magdalene Court must be persons in need as a result of their disability.

Qualifying applicants for the Homes, not specifically reserved for Freemen, shall be persons who have resided in the area of benefit for not less than two years preceding the receipt of benefit or for not less than ten consecutive years at any one time.

The Trust may also consider making grants to provide or pay for items, services and facilities for individuals, organisations and institutions.
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Corner of Hunters Road and Fountain Row, Spital Tongues

This house on the corner of Hunters Road and Fountain Row, Spital Tongues has a couple of interesting features.

An unusual gable end wall which curves from Hunters Road into Fountain Row. The wall contains a number of bricks bearing their source as T. Blythe & Sons Birtley Station Brick & Tile Works, 1895.




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8-14 Claremont Street

Unique in Newcastle, these residential properties at 8-14 Claremont Street are unlisted but worthy of note non the less.

Ground floor of rusticated ashlar with balconies above overlooked by false mansards supported by cast iron posts.

Photographs taken 24th October 2018:








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023352:Claremont Street Spital Tongues City Engineers 1975


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I have always liked this area I assumed that they may have been connected to the nearby church.
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I have always liked this area I assumed that they may have been connected to the nearby church.
The house at number 8 is also attractive and appears to have been built separately to its neighbours. Quite a mixture of styles in Claremont Street.

Photographed 24th October 2018.


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