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Description: No 14 and Railed Area
Date Listed: 3 October 1977
English Heritage Building ID: 171904
OS Grid Reference: TR3806364532
OS Grid Coordinates: 638063, 164532
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3300, 1.4159
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RAMSGATE NELSON CRESCENT
TR 3864 NW
13/271 No. 14 and
Terrace house, now guest house. 1798-1801, altered mid C20. Rendered
and painted brick with slate roof. Four storeys with basement
horizontally rusticated ground floor and parapet to roof with stack
to rear centre. Two C20 louvred windows to 2nd and 3rd floors, with
2 full height sashes on first floor with verandah with corrugated
plastic roof, but with good ornate iron work with panelled piers,
valancing, scrolls and scrolled and bifurcated balustrade on iron
brackets. Plate glass window on ground floor with glazed door to right
with semi-circular fanlight in keyed and vermiculated surround at head
of flight of 4 steps. Louvred light and half-glazed outer door to
basement. Spear head rails, painted bright yellow. Wilkie Collins
wrote his best selling novel "The Woman in White" here in 1881.
Listing NGR: TR3806364532
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Source: English Heritage
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