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Description: Battlemented Courtyard with Towers and Internal Wall
Date Listed: 15 February 1973
English Heritage Building ID: 171865
OS Grid Reference: TR3925766041
OS Grid Coordinates: 639257, 166041
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3431, 1.4341
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RAMSGATE KING GEORGE VI
TR 36 NE
Courtyard. 1794 by Boncey of Margate for Benjamen Bond Hopkins. Flint
with stock brick and stucco details. Large courtyard, with flint wall
about 6 feet high, set with arched rendered recesses. Brick gate
piers halfway along west wall. North wall crenellated, with brick
and flint entrance porch. At each corner, and within the double
courtyard are 2 storey crenellated brick towers, with blank arched
recesses on each floor in outer faces, and sashes and altered doors on
inner faces. One tower built adjacent to item 1/233 Flint
cross walls and crenellated outbuildings within the courtyard and attached
to walls. Formerly the stable courtyard to East Cliff Lodge (see
item 1/231 for history). Part of the perimeter wall is also
described under that item.
Listing NGR: TR3708065180
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Source: English Heritage
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