Late C19. Red brick and yellow terra cotta; 2 storeys and basement; 7 mullioned transomed windows with cusped pointed arched lights in keyed terra cotta surrounds and with linking head and sill bands; 2 slightly projecting bays each with 2 three- light windows and pilasters at sides rising over 1st and 2nd storeys, carried above parapet and each topped by a carved lion with shield; gables each have a 3-light window in segmental headed surround with hood moulds, the apex of each gable richly carved with foliage and raised lettering "Inland Revenue and County Court" and each with branched finial; 2 doorways in moulded terra cotta surrounds, that at centre with hood mould forming gable and fleur-de-lis finial; semi-circular arched traceried fanlight; green slate roof. Interior generally unaltered and with 2 court rooms.
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