On the west side of Leamington Road Villas, Nos. 2-12 form a terrace of basic Victorian houses on basement, raised ground and two upper storeys, with shallow porches and canted bays up to first-floor level. Nos. 14-40 are terraces of rather nicely proportioned houses on basement, ground and two upper storeys, and for the most part with first-floor terraces above canted bay ground-floor windows.
Nos. 42-52 are on basement, ground and three upper storeys and they are brick-faced but stuccoed up to ground floor level. These are much larger houses with relatively grand ground and first storeys with triangular and curved pediments above the windows. They have paired porches and a continuous balcony, with metal railings running along the terrace at first floor level, widening out into terraces above the porches.
The east side of Leamington Road Villas begins with No. 1 and the houses up to No. 11 follow an identical design to those opposite. Nos. 13-19 are more elaborate semi-detached houses on basement, ground and two upper storeys, with stone effect balconies outside the first-floor windows.
The terrace, comprising Nos. 21-35, was designed in a very individual style. The houses are on basement, ground and two upper storeys. The ground-floor windows have curved heads, which makes them rather attractive, but they also sport a very dramatic plaster design with an Art Deco look to it, in contrast to the traditional Victorian decoration of the first-floor windows and above.
Nos. 37-49 are another standard terrace of houses on basement, ground and two upper floors, with canted bays up to first-floor level, and very little decoration.