Originally designed as a single dwelling in the 17th century, the building is currently divided into two homes. Each of the two parts is built in Mosan style with overhanging gables with finials and a pitched tiled roof. Slighter the larger of the two, number 135 has two levels of brick and limestone for its frames and a base of sandstone and limestone delineated by a band. Steps the height of this base provide access to a door - no doubt from the first half of the 19th century - that is more recent than the windows, all of which are the same in the house next door. A small opening to the left of the entrance marks where the original entrance used to be. The ground floor has a window with crossbeam alongside another casement window with straight lintels and toothed uprights, both topped by discharging arches. Two mullioned windows provide light to the upper floor. The uprights, crossbeams and lintels are extended by limestone bands. The rear façade has been altered significantly in a contemporary style. An oak staircase with turned balusters reflects the style of the original fittings.
Building listed on 27th November 1989