Rodney Street, Liverpool

Rodney Street, Liverpool is well known for its Georgian architecture and for being the “Harley Street of the North,” due to the amount of doctors who practice there. Located close to the Georgian Canning area of Liverpool, it has over 60 Grade Two listed building.

1A Rodney Street, Liverpool
1A Rodney Street, Liverpool
1A, 1,3 and 5 Rodney Street, Liverpool

1A, 1,3 and 5 Rodney Street, Liverpool
1, 3, and 5 Rodney Street, Liverpool are three late Georgian terraced houses. Built of red brick, three stories high and iron balconies to the first floor.
St Andrew's Church of Scotland, Rodney Street, Liverpool. St Andrew's Place student accommodation.
St Andrew’s Church of Scotland, Rodney Street, Liverpool
St Andrew’s Church of Scotland, Rodney Street, Liverpool was built in 1823-4 to the design of Daniel Stewart and the facade by John Foster, Junior. The body of the church is a simple two storey design and has huge Ionic entrance columns. In the churchyard to the north is the Sunday School, built in 1872 in a similar style to the church. The church closed in 1975 and there were plans to demolish it after a fire in 1983. In 2015 it was fully restored and is now student accommodation called “St Andrew’s Place.”
St Andrew's Church of Scotland Sunday School, Rodney Street, Liverpool
St Andrew’s Church of Scotland Sunday School, Rodney Street, Liverpool
7 Rodney Street, Liverpool
7 Rodney Street, Liverpool
Three storey house with a round headed doorway and inset fluted columns to the entrance.
9 and 11 Rodney Street Liverpool. No. 9 is the birthplace of poet Arthur Clough (born 1819) and first principal of Newnham College, Cambridge, Anne Clough (born 1820)
9 and 11 Rodney Street Liverpool
No. 9 is the birthplace of poet Arthur Clough (born 1819) and first principal of Newnham College, Cambridge, Anne Clough (born 1820).
13 and 15 Rodney Street, Liverpool
13 and 15 Rodney Street, Liverpool
17 and 19 Rodney Street, Liverpool
17 and 19 Rodney Street, Liverpool
21 and 23 Rodney Street, Liverpool
21 and 23 Rodney Street, Liverpool
25 Rodney Street, Liverpool
25 Rodney Street, Liverpool
25 Rodney Street on the corner of Hardman Street, is mid 19 century, but then 27 – 31 Rodney Street houses return to the Georgian style.
27 Rodney Street, Liverpool aka Roscoe House
27 Rodney Street, Liverpool
27 Rodney Street aka Roscoe House is an early three storey 19th century house with a basement. The open wall staircase at rear of hall has iron balusters.
27 Rodney Street, Liverpool. Open wall staircase at rear of  building.
27 Rodney Street, Liverpool
Open wall staircase at rear of building.
29 Rodney Street, Liverpool
29 Rodney Street, Liverpool
29 Rodney Street has a heavy stone Doric portico projecting.
31 Rodney Street, Liverpool
31 Rodney Street, Liverpool
31 Rodney Street has a later Ionic portico added.
33 and 33A Rodney Street, Liverpool
33 and 33A Rodney Street, Liverpool
33 and 33A Rodney Street are set back behind a small garden of trees and foliage. 33 is three storey brick Georgian with a modern doorway, but 33A is an early 20th century addition.
33 Rodney Street
33 Rodney Street
33A Rodney Street, Liverpool
33A Rodney Street, Liverpool