Houses in Coborn Street
Houses in Coborn Street
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Houses in Coborn Street
A view of Coborn Street, Bromley-by-Bow, showing Georgian semi-detatched housing at numbers 32-37 (from right to left). The early nineteenth-century buildings have three storeys with arched ground floor windows. There are cast iron balcony railings on the first floor and front gardens, some untended and overgrown. The side entrance to number 34 is just visible in the centre ground. Bunting can be seen hanging from the upper storeys of number 36 and also over the side entrance. The buildings are all Grade II listed (listing numbers 1357803, 1065220 and 1065221) and lie within the Tredegar Square Conservation Area which was designated in 1971.
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