Two storey terrace of six double pile cottages with attics in roof space. Numbers 13 - 15 built by Simon Warren, and numbers 16 - 18 (probably) by John Symes. Rebuilt after the Broadclyst fire of 1870. The list description is as follows: Block of houses 1870-1. Rendered red sandstone under gabled-end roof, with red tiles at the time of the resurvey (August 1984) being replaced with synthetic red tiles as part of a programme of repairs; unrendered sandstone rear extensions containing workshops and privies. 2 storeys with attics, and axial stack with brick shafts. Front : two separately gabled projections, eaves (with fascia) brought down a little lower than flanking and central range, with 2 windows to each floor, all with sashes, and 2-light casement window in each gable wall; main range with casement windows of 2 lights, 6 panes per light. One 2-light casement window to gable walls at either end. All sash and casement windows are of timber under shallow window arches. No 17 has had a shop window inserted. Part of a long sequence of eight blocks of houses built to replace dwellings on the same site destroyed in the Broadclyst fire of 1870. The houses are construed as a group and have basic features in common, although they are at the same time carefully varied from unit to unit.