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49, Addington Street, Ramsgate

Description: 49, Addington Street

Grade: II
Date Listed: 13 June 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 171657

OS Grid Reference: TR3797764573
OS Grid Coordinates: 637977, 164573
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3304, 1.4147

Location: Addington Street, Margate, Kent CT11 9JJ

Locality: Ramsgate
Local Authority: Thanet District Council
County: Kent
Country: England
Postcode: CT11 9JJ

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Listing Text

TR 3764 NE
(west side)
12/28 No. 49
House and shop. Early C18 or earlier, altered 1801-21 and late C19. Brick
and flint, rendered on front elevation with plain tiled roof. Two storeys
and basement with parapet to hipped roof with stacks to rear. Canted bay/
oriel on first floor and canted plate glass later C19 shop front on ground
floor, with traceried basement opening below and plate glass door to right
all under cornice fascia on pilasters. The shop front mouldings show late
C19 Arts and Crafts style influences. Interior: cellar lined with red brick
in English and irregular bond, and with flint and large dressed stone blocks.
Remains of stair with turned newels, winder plan. C19 beaded boarded
panelling with moulded skirting and cornice. Queen strut roof. The building
is all that survives substantially of the farming and fishing hamlet which
occupied this site before the development of Addington Street after 1801 by
James Townley, and the adjacent Cavalry Barracks, and incorporates in the
basement remains of what may be late medieval buildings. (See Collard and
Hurst's plan of Ramsgate, 1821; see also C. Busson, Ramsgate, pp. 118.9).

Listing NGR: TR3797764573

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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