A 19th century terrace at the east end of Brunswick Place. It consists of a group of attractive three-storey houses in yellow brick, with large first-floor bow windows. They date from the 1850s and are an extension of older Brunswick Place. The houses here offer a nice contrast with the Georgian arm of the terrace. In the 19th century the houses were known as 1 - 4 Vectis Terrace, changing to 16 -19 Brunswick Terrace in c.1900. Originally private residencies, the buildings have been used as offices since the mid-20th century.
More Stories of Southampton Streets, by A. G. K. Leonard, p66-67. (HS/h)
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