Houses in Coborn Street
Houses in Coborn Street
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Houses in Coborn Street
Georgian semi-detatched villas at 24-31 Coborn Street, Bromley-by-Bow. The early nineteenth-century houses are three storeys high with arched ground-floor windows and front doors. The pair of houses at numbers 28 and 29 are linked by two-storey entrances containing the front doors. The original brick wall dividing the two properties and fencing off their front gardens from the street can be seen. Number 31 also has a two storey entrance and its original brick garden walls. Various saloon cars are parked along the street. A road sign warns of a school ahead. The houses are all Grade II listed (listing numbers 1065218, 1065219 and 1357802) and lie within the Tredegar Square Conservation Area.
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