Houses in Coborn Road
Houses in Coborn Road
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Houses in Coborn Road
A terrace of early nineteenth-century houses at 20-28 Coborn Road, Bromley-by-Bow, looking south. The properties have round arched doorways, one with a patterned Georgian fanlight above the door. Trees and shrubs grow in the small front gardens, some fenced off by wooden picket fencing. Iron basement area railings can be seen at the property immediately on the left. A schoolboy raps at one of the doors on the right. The two storey dwellings with basements are Grade II listed (listing number 1239956) and are located within the Tredegar Square Conservation area.
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