Tucked cosily away in back of the former Sefton Magistrates’ Courts is Court Road.
Taking a lead from the Courts municipal modernism – the homes are a delightful example of flat roofed, inter-war brick built functionalism.
Perfectly proportioned and decorated with a delicate horizontal concrete quadruple stripe – they have survived almost intact.
Cursed with the modern curse of uPVC everything satellite dishes and such.
Not to mention the occasional carriage lamp.
One thought on “Court Road – Southport”
Good that they still have flat roofs, often the inherent water ingress problem is solved by building pltchec roofs!