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Pryor Terrace, c. 1789, on the corner lot is a three-and-a-half storey classic Georgian styled timber framed building on a tall foundation. Similar to the other Georgian buildings along Hollis Street, it has a hipped roof with only a slight eaves overhang and simple Scottish dormers.
The three stone townhouses, c. 1817, to the south are two-and-a-half storeys in height with a tall granite foundation and a steeply pitched truncated gable roof with three dormers.