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Description: Nos 38 and 39 and Railed Areas
Date Listed: 13 August 1968
English Heritage Building ID: 172017
OS Grid Reference: TR3788964539
OS Grid Coordinates: 637889, 164539
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3302, 1.4135
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RAMSGATE SPENCER SQUARE
TR 3764 NE
12/381 Nos. 38 + 39 and
13.8.68 railed areas
House pair. Circa 1802. Rendered with slate roof. Four storeys and
basement with parapet and stacks to end left and to end right. Two full
height bows with 3 glazing bar sashes on 3rd and 2nd floors to right, and
2 on 3rd floor to left, with blocked centre space, and 3 on 2nd floor.
Eighteen pane full height glazing bar sashes on first floor with curved
verandahs on simple piers with simple rails, and valancing to left (no.
39). Two central half-glazed doors, to left in fluted and moulded surrounds,
to right in C20 pedimented surround, with single step. Simple rails with
urn finial principals to basement area. Part of 10 houses built 1802,
James Townley's first development in Spencer Square, by 1810 used as
Officers' quarters while area was Cavalry Barracks. (Busson 108-9).
Listing NGR: TR3788964539
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Source: English Heritage
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