At the time of the Great Fire of Warwick, 22 Northgate Street (now number 20) held four separate dwellings. It is likely an architect, Francis Smith bought the original site after the fire and his influence may well have resulted in the use of stone for the building, rather than the brick that was used for the rest of the street.
Today, the property comprises a double bay drawing room and large open plan kitchen/dining room with glazed ceiling lantern along with a cloakroom off the hallway. Upstairs, there are two ensuite bedrooms with a further two bedrooms and bathroom on the top floors.
The property has a modest cellar. Beyond the terraced garden to the rear there are two off street parking spaces accessed via a shared private roadway.
Listed Grade II
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