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2-22 Gladstone Avenue

Address : 2-22 Gladstone Avenue, Luton

Grid Reference : TL0848221218

Site Status : Draft Local List

Conservation Area : This is in the Rothesay conservation area

Site Description : Post 1880. Row of Edwardian terraces within the Rothesay Conservation Area stepped up a rising slope. Yellow brick with red brick dressings. Number 2-22, 2 storey with basement, stepped entrance, feature square bays spanning ground floor and basement with decorative mock Tudor boarding and hipped roofs. Many retain original cast iron railings and sliding sash windows. Numbers 1-11 are 2 storey, yellow brick with red brick dressing, feature square bay to ground floor with hipped roof.

Information provided by Luton Borough Council.

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

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Nearby Sites

These are the closest sites to 2-22 Gladstone Avenue and are all within about 300 metres :

Adelaide Street
43 Adelaide Street [Draft Local List]
Cardiff Road
12 Cardiff Road [Draft Local List]
Dunstable Road
Bute House [Draft Local List]
19 Dunstable Road - Central Block Of St Marys Hospital [Grade II listed]
Gladstone Avenue
1-11 Gladstone Avenue [Draft Local List]
Rothesay Cemetery
Captain Charles Beecroft Grave Stone [Draft Local List]
Lodge and Gates [Draft Local List]
Rothesay Road
59 & 61 Rothesay Road [Draft Local List]

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