Hidden In Plain Sight – post 4

This eye catching house is hidden on a side street just a couple of minutes walk from the town centre.

29 Queen Street

29 Queen Street

It was built in 1877 and was designed in the Queen Anne style by Larner Sugden for himself and his family. The buildings facade contains the monograms of Larner Sugden and his french wife. The house was given a Grade II listing on October 1996. Although I can’t find out much more about the property I really do love that this ornate house hides among plain looking terrace houses just out of sight of the hustle and bustle of the town centre!

Shooting Information:
Feature Image – Canon EOS 550D & 18-55mm kit lens, Exposure 1/40, Aperture f/8.0, ISO 100, Focal Length 18mm

Previous Hidden in Plain Sight Posts:
Idea – http://wp.me/p35l1I-i
Post 1 – http://wp.me/p35l1I-h
Post 2 – http://wp.me/p35l1I-x
Post 3 – http://wp.me/p35l1I-C


One thought on “Hidden In Plain Sight – post 4

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