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1879 – Kingsclere House, Stratford, London

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Architect: Henry Ough

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Perspective view including ground & 1st floor plans. Published in The Building News, September 19th 1879. “This house is erected en the north side of the Romford-road, near Stratford, Essex. It is built of stock bricks, with bands of white Suffolks. The gables are timbered, with panels of Portland cement rendering, with incised floral ornamentation ; the roofs are .slated, and with red ridge tiles and finials. Mr. Henry Ough, of Austin Friars, is the architect, and Mr. Mortar, of Stratford, the builder.”

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