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Plate 41: Scarsdale House.

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Survey of London: Volume 42, Kensington Square To Earl's Court. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1986.

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Scarsdale House. Built in c. 1691 for Francis Barry (pp. 102-3). Demolished

a. (left). Entrance from Wright's Lane in c. 1893

Figure 41a:

Scarsdale House.

Entrance from Wright's Lane in c. 1893

b. (right). Garden front in c. 1893

Figure 41b:

Scarsdale House.

Garden front in c. 1893

c. (left). Drawing-room in 1860

Figure 41c:

Scarsdale House.

Drawing-room in 1860

d. (left). Chimneypiece in drawing-room in c. 1893.

Figure 41d:

Scarsdale House.

Chimneypiece in drawing-room in c.

1893. The surround, partly from Loseley House, Surry, is now at Dyffryn House near Cardiff