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image 28/1/1

Reference number

28/1/1

Purpose

[11] Design close to the final design, from June 1784

Aspect

Ground plan indicating the location of the Church Yard, and (marked in red pen) the existing Rectory and its outbuildings. The plan of the ground floor has a central bow to the north-west and another to the south-east with kitchen offices and semi-elliptical court on the right-hand side and stables and matching court on the opposite side. The Brewhouse, Washouse & Laundry are located away from the house. A North West View of the House & Offices and an elevation from the south-west correspond with the plan. The incomplete front elevation varies from the plan though an additional outline plan explains the difference namely that a narrow bay has been inserted between the house and its offices giving greater width and presence

Scale

to a scale

Inscribed

as above, (Soane) The Revrd John Gooch, Reverse the plan, NW, NE, SE, SW, labelled Stable Court, Harness, Eatg Room, Drawing / Room, Vestibule, Library, Scullery, Pantry, Servants Hall and some dimensions give

Signed and dated

J Soane, Archt Margaret Street June 1784

Medium and dimensions

Pen, red pen, green, sepia and blue washes, shaded on laid paper (460 x 574)

Hand

SOANE, Sir John (1754--1837), architect
Soane

Watermark

J Whatman, fleur-de-lis above cartouche with bar and below, ornate W

Level

Drawing

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