66 Princetown road The late Victorian and Edwardian residences on the Princetown Road are thought typical of the turn of the century seaside architecture and the road is rightly said by Patton to contain “the most consistently fine examples of Bangor’s Villas”. No. 66 is one such villa, built c. 1900 by J C McCandliss for James Campbell. It is a large, two-and a-half storey, double fronted, stucco house, with canted bays on the seaward facing front elevation and a fine entranceway at the pinnacle of a short flight of steps. In spite of its obvious charms, however, it is sadly vacant, boarded up and vandalised, with the neighbouring no. 64, once also containing a fine unlisted villa, now a wasteland.