Luton Heritage Forum

1-14 Blyth Place

Address : 1-14 Blyth Place, Luton

Grid Reference : TL0878020724

Site Status : Draft Local List

Site Description : Post 1890. Two rows of late Victorian terraces built with a hint of Arts and Crafts movement in form and style, set up the gradient of hill. Two storeys, Luton greys with tiled roofs. Upper floors have centrally placed double bay, gabled dormer window. Ground floor window placed off centre with brick arched course. Sash windows and door framed with red brick quoins. Doorway has small projecting gabled roof shelter with timber boarding.

Information provided by Luton Borough Council.

Reasons for inclusion on local list : Architectural, Aesthetic and Artistic Interest; Group Value and Contribution to Built Environment

Site Location (OS map and aerial view)

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Nearby Sites

These are the closest sites to 1-14 Blyth Place and are all within about 200 metres :

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45-55 Dumfries Street [Grade II listed]
Hastings Street
Ebenezer Chapel [Grade II listed]
Railings To Front And Side Of Ebenezer Chapel [Grade II listed]
70-76 Hastings Street [Grade II listed]
Russell Street
Former Chapel Langley School [Grade II listed]
St Saviours Church [Draft Local List]
Stockwood Crescent
8 Stockwood Crescent [Draft Local List]
11 Stockwood Crescent [Draft Local List]
Wellington Street
117-129 Wellington Street [Draft Local List]
152 Wellington Street - The Fountain Public House [Grade II listed]
Windsor Street
27 Windsor Street [Draft Local List]

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