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Working drawings for the garden house and kitchen garden wall, June 1826 (2)


The garden house is a simple 3-bay rectangular building with a dog-leg stair between two fireplaces and a room at each end. The exterior measures approximately 29 feet 7 inches by 16 feet 8 inches and the section shows the ground floor interior space as 9 feet high. Drawing 22 shows the timber in yellow wash, the brickwork in pink wash and stone in brown wash. The front entrance has double doors.



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