Gate House to Cemetery About 50 Metres South of Cemetery Chapel, with Side Walls, Ramsgate
Description: Gate House to Cemetery About 50 Metres South of Cemetery Chapel, with Side Walls
Date Listed: 4 February 1988
English Heritage Building ID: 171712
OS Grid Reference: TR3834765957
OS Grid Coordinates: 638347, 165957
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3427, 1.4210
Location: 103 Cecilia Road, Margate, Kent CT11 7AD
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RAMSGATE CECILIA ROAD
TR 36 NE
1/83 Gate House to
50 metres south
Gatehouse. 1872 by G.G. Scott. Flint with dressed stone and with timber
framing in gables, brick interior walls and plain tiled roof. Two
storeys and attic with 3 offset moulded buttresses and moulded brick
stacks to end left and to front right. Hipped dormer. Paired 2 light
arched windows to left on first floor with single 2 light below, and
with 2 single cusped lights on first floor to right. Central carriage
arch with wave mouldings, and cast.iron gates, with pedestrian arch to
right, with plank and stud and grilled door. Single storey hipped
L-shaped outbuilding adjoining to left. Interior passageways of brick,
with plastered ceilings and granite set flooring. Rear elevation with
two 2-light windows on 1st floor, 1 to right on ground floor, with
irregular openings elsewhere, and brick external stair with iron handrail
to arched plank and stud door on left return. Plank and stud door to
right in outbuilding. Lengths of wall flank the entrance front, of
flint capped with brick, about 7 feet high, extending some 10 metres
to left, and returned forward 15 metres to a pier, and similarly 10
metres and projecting 10 metres to a pier to right. (See Homan, Victorian
Churches of Kent, 83).
Listing NGR: TR3869865767
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Source: English Heritage
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