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1914 – Lower Scene, Hythe, Kent

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Architect: Oswald P. Milne

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Published in The Building News, November 7 1919: “This house was built just before the war. It. is situated on the golf links at Hythe, in Kent, and towardss a fine view of the sea to the south and to the west a delightful outlook over the Koinney marshes. The plan is somewhat unusual, the approach from the kitchen to the front door being through the dining- room. By this means, however, considerable corridor space was saved, and with a room used solely as a room for meals this has few disadvantages. The roofs are covered with reed thatching; and the walls are rough plastered externally. The drawings; from which the reproduction is made was shown in this year’s R.A. exhibition. Mr. Oswald P. Milne, of 97 Jermyn Street, is the architect.”

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