Nos 42–43 High Street
Posted by Lewis on the 17th September 2014
Rhondda Cynon Taf Council who is the legal owner of this now dilapidated building?
How much money Rhondda Cynon Taf Council get for the property?
As it is a listed building when will renovation take place?
Nos 42–43 High Street is another important survival and a reminder of the early status of the street: the cast-iron columns of its porch highlight the importance of iron in the development of the town.
Location Nos 42–43 High Street
Set back to the left of the Constitutional Club; grassed forecourt with rubble wall.
3-storey late Georgian 5-window rendered front with plinth and lst floor sill band; the outer windows are more broadly spaced. Slate roof, tiled cresting and 3 narrow rendered chimney stacks; wide boarded eaves with deep curved brackets. Architraves to l2-pane sash windows and to the small pane tripartite windows at either end on the ground floor. Ionic porch to the 2nd bay; iron columns, dentil cornice, deep boarded fascia and panelled reveals. Cement rendered rear with small pane sash windows; undulating bargeboards to the left end gable which is scribed rendered.