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Architecture of Kent

02 July 2012

1881 – Lodge, Ely Grange, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

Architects: E. Salomons & R.S. Warnom Details published in The Building News, November 4th 1881.

29 June 2009

1881 – Proposed Roman Catholic Church, School & Presbytery, Bromley, Kent

Architect: E. Ingress Bell “We give this week a facsimile of Mr. Ingress Bell’s drawing-, now being exhibited at the Royal Academy, showing the plan and main elevation of the church, school and...

09 September 2009

1881 – South Hill, Bromley, Kent

Architect: Ernest George & Peto A compact little house erected for Mr. Gainsford Bruce. “The ground-floor is of red brick, and the upper story of weather-tiling upon quartering, boarded and felted. The dining-room...

29 May 2012

1881 – St. Nicholas’ Church, Rodmersham, Kent

Architect: S. Slingsby Staffwood St Nicholas Church was started in the 15th Century and constructed out of locally quarried dark flint and stone. Indeed the church’s imposing tower is widely considered to be...

12 January 2010

1882 – Extension to Church, Bromley, Kent

Architect: T.G. Jackson The first recorded rector of Bromley, Richard of Wendover, served from 1226 to 1238. However, as the basin of the present font is Norman, it is possible that a church...

18 August 2012

1882 – House at Cranbrook, Kent

Architect: W. West Neve & Ernest Newton Perspective View with plan published in The Building News, July 28th 1882.

24 February 2013

1882 – Kent Hatch, Westerham, Kent

Architect: Mervyn Edmund Macartney Perspective View With Plan published in The Building News,December 29th 1882

21 December 2009

1882 – St. Mary’s Star of The Sea, Hastings, Kent

Architect: Basil Champneys Built of flint with stone dressings in the Decorated/Perpendicular style in 1882.

29 June 2009

1882 – The New Home for Orphans, Swanley, Kent

Architect: H. Spalding


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