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No 6 with Courtyard Wall and Garage/Outhouse

A Grade II Listed Building in Ramsgate, Kent

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.337 / 51°20'13"N

Longitude: 1.426 / 1°25'33"E

OS Eastings: 638730

OS Northings: 165336

OS Grid: TR387653

Mapcode National: GBR X0M.1CM

Mapcode Global: VHMCW.NNRG

Entry Name: No 6 with Courtyard Wall and Garage/Outhouse

Listing Date: 17 October 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1086052

English Heritage Legacy ID: 172082

Location: Ramsgate, Thanet, Kent, CT11

County: Kent

District: Thanet

Civil Parish: Ramsgate

Built-Up Area: Ramsgate

Traditional County: Kent

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Kent

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Listing Text

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RAMSGATE ALBION ROAD (Westside)
No 6 with Courtyard
0/0
wall and garage/outhouse
II
House with courtyard wall and garage/outhouse C18 or earlier altered c1800
and early C20 Coursed flint in part knapped with yellow stock brick
dressings and with slate roofs. Main block 2 storeys with quoins and
secondary quoins to left indicating additional left end bay. Hipped roof with
stacks to left and to right. Three wooden casements on 1st floor and bow
window to left and casement on ground floor, with central half glazed door
with flat hood on brackets in semi-circular susrround. Blocked doorway to
left and wooden casement and sash to left return. Projecting at right the
rear of the additional wing. 1 storey with lean to roof to parapet and stack
with boarded door and sidelight and wooden casement to right on outside. The
rear elevation of main block with the quoins to end bay not banded together
(unlike front elevation) and exposed jambs of now blocked-in cart entry
leading directly into the ground floor. Small opening in flint work Garden
elevation (of additional wing): 1 storey and basement, with brick quoins to
battlemented parapet with central panelled parapet with four centred arched
niche Arched headed window surrounds to left and to right with cross
windows and arched basements openings to left with arched basement door to
right. Central half glazed door, with panelled outer half-doors in arched
surround. Interior The main block now fully domestic with tie beam roof
evidence of framed partitions Additional wing with complete tongue and
groove boarded wall and barrelled ceiling covering with moulded picture rail
all probably early C19. Subsidiary features: Hipped garage. former
coachhouse of yellow stock brick and flint with slate roof built on top of
courtyard wall of irregular Header and English Bond stock brick with flint
base and extending to adjoin the main block.

The main range had a great deal of wheat chaff under the main ulcer
floorboards and given the blocked up carriage entry on ground floor was
undoubtedly originally part of the complex of mill buildings occupying this
site from medieval times to early C19 Late C18 conversion to domestic use
the building became the lodge to Mount Albion House and estate c 1840. The
wind mill site is in the rear garden and was one of the ancient boundary
marks of the Ville of Ramsgate (see Busson the Book of Ramsgate) The
present layout of buildings is marked as such on Collard and Hurst's map of
Ramsgate, 1822.

Listing NGR: TR3873065336

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