1-5, BARROWHILL PLACE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1071140

Date first listed: 04-Jun-1976

Statutory Address: 1-5, BARROWHILL PLACE

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: 1-5, BARROWHILL PLACE

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: Kent

District: Ashford (District Authority)

National Grid Reference: TR 00544 43047

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History

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Details

TR 04 SW ASHFORD BARROWHILL PLACE

750/3/186A Numbers 1 to 5 (Consecutive)

04.06.1976

GV II

Terrace of houses. Circa 1845-50, probably to house employees of the railway company. 3 storeys and basement red brick with a vertical strip painted between the houses from the 1st to 2nd floor to represent pilasters. Cornice and parapet. Painted stringcourse above the ground floor, 2 sashes to each with glazing bars intact. Round-headed windows on the ground floor. Round-headed doorways with semi-circular fanlights and doors of 5 fielded panels. No 1 faces east and has a stuccoed porch of solid type with twin Doric pilasters and similar doorway to the other houses, the rear elevation has a slate roof with a series of hips. The land was owned by a William Betts, probably a relative of Edward Betts one of the contractors for the building of the railway and the census retaurns for 1851 show a large number of the occupants of the houses to have been employed by the railway company.Nos 1-8 Barrowhill Place form a group.





Listing NGR: TR0054443047

Legacy

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Legacy System number: 179864

Legacy System: LBS

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