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Description: Nos 1-31 with Railed Areas
Date Listed: 13 August 1968
English Heritage Building ID: 171682
OS Grid Reference: TR3863765150
OS Grid Coordinates: 638637, 165150
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3353, 1.4246
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RAMSGATE AUGUSTA ROAD
TR 3865 SE
10/53 Nos. 1-31 (odd
13.8.68 railed areas
Terrace row. 1840's. Stock brick, part rendered, with slate roofs. Three
storeys and basement, with rusticated base, cill band and parapet to roof
with stacks ranged left to right. Each house unit with 2 glazing bar
sashes on 2nd floor with gauged heads (some painted) (33 bays in all), and
bow window to left on basement, ground and first floors, with French windows
on first floor with fine star-traceried fanlights, and with continuous
tented verandah, with trellised piers, cast iron valancing and heart and
honeysuckle panel rails, on simple iron brackets. Triple glazing bar sash
with Ionic pilaster surround on ground floor, with raised and fielded
panel below, and door of 6 panels to right (16 in all), with semi-circular
fanlight at head of flight of steps. Single-glazing bar sash and pointed
arched doorways to basements. No. 1 (to end right) is of 3 windows bays,
with central bow, the details otherwise identical. Numbers 7, 9, 11, 13,
15, 17, 21 and 29 have extra windows inserted on 1st floor to right of bows.
Fleur-de-lys rails to basement areas with urn finial principals. Augusta
Road was laid out from mid 1840's onwards on Mount Albion estate, home of
Lady Augusta Murray (erstwhile wife of Prince Frederick Augustus, Duke of
Sussex, 1793-1804) and family.
Listing NGR: TR3863765150
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Source: English Heritage
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