St Saviour's Crescent

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St Saviour's Crescent, St Saviour


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Property name

St Saviour's Crescent


St Saviour's Road, St Saviour

Type of property

Victorian terrace


  • No 4 St Saviour's Crescent sold for £1,480,250 in 2022
  • Nos 6 and 7 are owned by Le Vaux Housing Trust
  • No 5 was owned by the Crown until it was sold into private ownership in 1991

All the properties are now divided into flats, over 50 in total

Families associated with the property

  • Westaway - the terrace was built by Nathaniel Westaway and inherited by his daughter Julia, eventually being part of the Julia Westaway Trust after her death

Historic Environment Record entry

Listed building

A terrace of tall early Victorian stucco houses laid out in a gentle crescent and set back from the public road with a communal driveway/garden bordered by a low stone wall with brick coping and iron railings, with large square pillars forming entrances at either end.

Each house is three-storey with semi basement, threee-bay with single storey linking entrance wings set back to the side. Four houses survive from the original crescent – those at the south end subject to major reconstruction in the mid-1990s.

Pitched slate roofs with brick chimney stacks. The principal elevations are rendered with rusticated quoins and coved eaves. Semi-basement also rendered but with ashlar and keystone effect, with string course above windows.

The name St Saviour's Crescent in embossed lettering on front of No 1.

The entrance wings are single storey with semi-basement, containing rectangular doorcases with panelled doors. Further door at basement level.

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