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Description: Nos 49 and 51 with Railed Areas
Date Listed: 21 September 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 171945
OS Grid Reference: TR3856365060
OS Grid Coordinates: 638563, 165060
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3345, 1.4235
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RAMSGATE THE PLAINS OF
TR 3865 SE
10/311 Nos. 49 and 51
Terrace house pair and shop. 1820's. Painted brick and slate roof.
Three storeys, garret and basement. Two glazing bar sashes to left and
2 blank spaces with central casement to right on 2nd floor. Two storey
canted bay to left with glazing bar sashes on ground floor in moulded
architraves, and French windows on 1st floor. Canted bay with French
windows to right on 1st floor. Continuous tented verandah at 1st floor
with scrolled brackets to piers, and simple rails. Reeded and panelled
door to left with fanlight and panelled door to centre both with semi-
circular surrounds, that to right (No. 49) with Coade stone head keystone.
Spear headed rails to steps and to basement areas. C20 canted plate
glass shop front to right with plate glass corner door. Right return
with shaped gable, paired stack and tripartite garret window all as are
ensemble, with three blank window spaces on each floor, the centre to
2nd floor round-headed.
Listing NGR: TR3856365060
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Source: English Heritage
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