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Description: Havisham House
Date Listed: 14 March 1980
English Heritage Building ID: 171178
OS Grid Reference: TR1242358293
OS Grid Coordinates: 612423, 158293
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2841, 1.0448
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In the entry for HARBLEDOWN PALMERS CROSS LANE
31/368 Havisham House
the address shall be amnded to read PALMERS CROSS HILL
5273 HARBLEDOWN PALMERS CROSS LANE
TR 1258 31/368
Built in 1911-12 by Baillie Scott and originally called 'Michaels' L-shaped.
Two storeys built of flint with red brick window dressings and quoins. Tiled
roof. Round entrance front has 3 gables 2 plain, one curved and gable at the
end of L wing. Two clustered brick chimney stacks. Some pseudo timber framing
and plaster on 1st floor. Mullioned windows. Round headed door with brick
Listing NGR: TR1242358293
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Source: English Heritage
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