Plate 24
Kensington House and Colby House

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English Heritage

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Hermione Hobhouse (General Editor)

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1986

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24

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'Plate 24: Kensington House and Colby House', Survey of London: volume 42: Kensington Square to Earl's Court (1986), pp. 24. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50363 Date accessed: 22 July 2014.


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Kensington House and Colby House (pp. 58-62). Both demolished

a. (top left). Kensington House, south front in c. 1760


Kensington House in c. 1760.

Plate 24a: Kensington House in c. 1760.
Kensington House, south front in c. 1760

b. (top right). Kensington House, south front in photographed from the garden of Colby House in c. 1870. The greenhouse in the foreground belongs to Colby House


Kensington House in c. 1870.

Plate 24b: Kensington House in c. 1870.
Kensington House, south front in photographed from the garden of Colby House in c. 1870. The greenhouse in the foreground belongs to Colby House

c. (center left). Kensington House, north front in 1763


Kensington House in c. 1763.

Plate 24c: Kensington House in c. 1763.
Kensington House, north front in 1870

d. (above). Colby House, south front in c. 1870


Colby House in c. 1870.

Plate 24d: Colby House in c. 1870.
Colby House, south front in c. 1870

e. (left). Kensington House, north front in 1851


Kensington House in 1851.

Plate 24e: Kensington House in 1851.
Kensington House, north front in 1851