The Listed Flats on Ravenhurst Road
These are built in 2 blocks either side of what was originally the way down to the Valley allotments and now Winterbourne Lane.
The block on the left consists of 6 flats with brick and render facing. On the other side the flats have a wood pannelled front facia. Why did they not build them the same?
The left block has a bridge to the upper flat upstairs front door whilst those on the right have steps to the upper front door. The flats have a shared front garden and an individual area of garden at the rear.
Part of the Harborne Tenants' Estate Limited of circa 1908,
by Martin and Martin. An asymmetrical block of 6 flats. Red brick and
roughcast: tiled roof. Two storeys; 3 flats wide, each with a projecting
roughcast gabled bay with battered sides. In the projecting bays the recessed
and arched entrances to the flats, those on the ground floor slightly below
pavement level, those on the upper floor reached by bridges supported on
exposed steel joists. All windows casements, those of the ground floor with