Description: Garden Wall Along North Side of Pitt Place and South Side of St Martins Churchyard, Running from Chu
Date Listed: 30 April 1973
English Heritage Building ID: 290662
OS Grid Reference: TQ2138760490
OS Grid Coordinates: 521387, 160490
Latitude/Longitude: 51.3306, -0.2590
Garden wall along North
side of Pitt Place and
South side of St Martins
Churchyard, running from
Church Road to Church
TQ 2160 30/30 30.4.73.
C18. Red brick. Various heights. Built along upper edge of former chalk
pit, which became garden to Pitt Place, home of the "vain, elegant and
profligate" Thomas, Lord Lyttelton, and later of Mr Fitzherbert, whose
widow became the morganatic wife of George IV.
Listing NGR: TQ2138760490
Source: English Heritage
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