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Reference number

SM 46/4/2


[3] Survey drawing of front elevation


Elevation of three storeys and basement front with 14 windows and a door


to a scale but not given


Clement Hemery (owner)

Medium and dimensions

Pen on wove paper (308 x 326)


local surveyor


Rough pencil detail for mouldings


The house is plain with three rows of five windows: 7 feet, 6.6 feet and 3 feet tall. Dimensions and running dimensions are given. The only ornament is a small keystone to the top of each window and rusticated corners.



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