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Tower House, Bridge Street


The Grade II listed building, constructed in 1856 according to the designs of Henry Laxton, showcases the elegant Italian Campanile architectural style. This five-story tower originally served as a residential structure in its early years, but by the beginning of the 1930s, it had undergone a transformation into Nuthall’s Restaurant, becoming a beloved and sought-after dining venue.

However, the passage of time was not kind to the Riverside buildings, and by 1965, they had deteriorated significantly, falling into a state of serious disrepair. This decline persisted until 1985 when a notable redevelopment effort led by Quinlan Terry breathed new life into the structures, preserving their historical significance and architectural beauty for future generations to appreciate.

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