Tyne and Wear HER(12486): Newbottle, Garden Street - Details
Newbottle, Garden Street
Originally known as Cross Street, this is best colliery terrace in Newbottle Conservation Area. Built from coursed limestone rubble with Welsh slate roofs. Distinctive brick dressings around windows and above the doors. Constructed around 1870 as two rows of small terraced cottages of the 'two up and two down' type, on the large garden of William Byers.
Sunderland City Council, November 2008, Newbottle Village Conservation Area - Character Appraisal and Management Strategy, Consultation Draft; Borough of Sunderland, 1980, Newbottle Village District Plan Written Statement; G.E. Milburn, 1978, Newbottle: An Outline History; K. Richardson, 1989, Houghton-le-Spring and Hetton-le-Hole in Old Photographs