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Description: Ospringe Place
Date Listed: 29 July 1950
English Heritage Building ID: 175928
OS Grid Reference: TR0073160687
OS Grid Coordinates: 600731, 160687
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3099, 0.8787
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TR 0060 11/167 29.7.50.
Square late C18 house. [1799 by Charles Beazley].
2 storeys. White brick. Glazing bars intact. The entrance
front facing north has 3 windows. Cornice and balustraded
parapet. The centre window bay is stuccoed. Wide porch with
twin fluted Doric columns, triglyph frieze and projecting
cornice; the window above this on the 1st floor is flanked
by twin Doric pilasters. The east and west fronts have 5
windows each. Projecting centre portion of 3 windows with
wide eaves bracket cornice and pediment. The side portions
have a cornice and balustraded parapet as on the north front,
and their ground floor windows are in round-headed arches with
semi-circular tympana. In the centre of the roof is a round
glass lantern which lights the staircase. A brick and Weather-
boarded cottage at the south end with round-headed sash windows
on ground floor with radiating glazing pattern.
Listing NGR: TR0073560688
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Source: English Heritage
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