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Description: The Falstaff
Date Listed: 4 February 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 171648
OS Grid Reference: TR3796964627
OS Grid Coordinates: 637969, 164627
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3309, 1.4147
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RAMSGATE ADDINGTON STREET
TR 3764 NE
12/18 Nos. 16-18
Public house. 1801-21, altered late C19. Stock brick with asbestos
tiled roof. Two separate (private) houses in origin, both of 3 storeys
with parapet, that to left, of 2 bays width, of greater height. Stacks to
left, centre and end right. Two glazing bar sashes with gauged heads to
left on 2nd floor, and 1 sash with cambered head to right. Tripartite bow
with sunk panelled pilasters to left on 1st floor, and canted bay to right.
Ground floor unified by single pub front, with heavy mullioned and transomed
and panelled parts, that to right bowed, with 2 central half-glazed doors
separated by large buttress, with fascia and cornice over whole front. The
2 original houses indicated as such on Collard and Hurst's 1821 plan of
Listing NGR: TR3796964627
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Source: English Heritage
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