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East Sussex
Eastbourne (District Authority)
Non Civil Parish
National Grid Reference:
TV 59873 98073


CARLISLE ROAD 1. 5203 No. 99 (St Margaret's) TV 59 NE 12/113


2. 1911, architect J.N. Randall-Vining. It was built for a director of Liberty's and has an outstanding and complete interior of the period in a Liberty's style of interior design. Exterior of two storeys and attics. Centre and two pro- jecting wings. Ground floor red brick, first floor partly hung with fishscale tiles and partly applied timbering with roughcast infill. Tiled roof with clustered chimney stacks. Two gables with attic windows. Central four-light dormer. Windows are mainly mullioned and transomed casements with leaded lights and include a two storey bay on the left hand side. Gabled tiled weather porch. The rear elevation is similar but symmetrical and includes two- storey bays having 'Ipswich' glazing on the ground floor and central first floor window of five lights with mullions and transoms incorporating an oval window. Wooden porch with square piers.

The interior includes an oak panelled dining room with baronial style fireplace and original light fittings, a panelled music room with Art Nouveau stained glass windows and decorative metal grille concealing radiator, a panelled entrance hall having well staircase with wooden rail and cast iron panels in place of balusters; stair well, lounge, and study with plasterwork and fire- places in the style of Louis Quinze; a bathroom with decorative Art Nouveau ceramic tiles in the form of dolphins, and bedroom with contemporary wooden built-in cupboards.

Listing NGR: TV5987398073


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 26 Aug 1999
Reference: IOE01/01564/34
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