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Description: Nos 1 and 2 and Wall
Date Listed: 13 September 1974
English Heritage Building ID: 171866
OS Grid Reference: TR3922266040
OS Grid Coordinates: 639222, 166040
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3431, 1.4336
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RAMSGATE KING GEORGE VI
TR 36 NE
13.9.74 Nos. 1 and 2
Cottage pair, and wall and outbuilding. 1794 by Boncey of Margate for
Benjamen Bond Hopkins. Stuccoed. Two storeys on plinth, with string
courses, and string course and battlements. Central machicolated stack.
Five label hooded Gothick sashes on 1st floor and 3 to right and 1 to
end left on ground floor, with 2 boarded doors to left. Rear wing
recessed slightly of 4 bays, the sashes (and replacement casements on
ground floor) set in arched and hooded recessed surrounds, with 2
arched niches on right return. Left return built against and
incorporating brick perimeter wall to park, with a separate stuccoed
block of exactly the same details and proportions as main block, with
sashes to re-entrant and rear elevations. (see item 1/231 for
Listing NGR: TR3708065180
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Source: English Heritage
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