12 (God's Providence House), St Thomas's Square, Newport
Listed grade: Grade 2*
Year listed: 1953
Description: Faces No 11 with narrow passage between. Late C17 red brick. 2 storeys, 4 windows, one blocked. Hipped old tile roof. Good heavy modillion cornice. One dormer. Brick capped gable end to Pyle Street. Doorway in passage has a fine moulded shell hood on elaborate wood brackets and a good moulded wool frame, with a 3 panel fanlight. A later side door has a small cornice and traceried rectangular fanlight. Small rectangular stone panel over main door with inscription "WIE "God's Providence in my inheritance", 1701"l. Front to St Thomas's Square is cement rendered, and has a particularly good early C18 double bowed shop window with central door, with a delicately moulded cornice and reeded frames. The door is modern with a delicately traceried rectangular fanlight. Interior has fine original staircase, some panelling and contemporary fireplaces.
(Details from https://historicengland.org.uk/)