Cottages built c1840
These are some of the oldest cottages on the East Cliff. Their bow windows which are unusually tall and narrow, are also some of the earliest in the area. Dating from very early in the 19th century, the terraced cottages are three-storeys with a basement; there is one window each storey. Although the materials used in each cottage vary, the design is identical
Stucco and brickwork
Painted stucco and brickwork predominates, but mathematical tiles are visible around the windows of number 11. Each has a flat-arched entrance with overlight framed by fluted Tuscan pilasters, from which spring console brackets, supporting a modillioned cornice porch.