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Reference number

SM 35/5/2


[1] Design for addition of wells and pipes


Plan of house and offices showing proposed pipe runs and wells


1/8 inch to 1 foot


Mr Astell Esqre Everton House, near Biggleswade Bedfordshire, Library, Dressing Room, Water Closet, Hall, Dining Room, Drawing Room, Servants Hall, Housekeepers Room, StoreRoom, Dairy, Butter pantry, Kitchen, Pastry Room, Scullery, Larder, Pump Room, Large Well, Coal hole, Cinders, Privy, Coals, Brewhouse, Laundry, Wash house, Copper, Knife Room, Wood (3 times), Bottle / House, Privy, Scalding Room, Drying Yard and a few dimensions given

Signed and dated

  • 00/00/1812

Medium and dimensions

Pen, sepia and burnt Sienna washes on wove paper (532 x 860, 300 + (attached) 300 x 258)


Soane Office, draughtsman
Soane office


J Whatman 1811


Placed on four sides of a large 'drying yard' the service area is quite a lot larger than the house itself.



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