Building    To 1855

Crowley House

Categories: Property

Getty's picture caption is: "Crowley House on the River Thames at Greenwich, on the present site of Greenwich Power Station, London, circa 1775. The house was built for London merchant Sir Andrew Cogan, named after Newcastle ironfounder, Sir Ambrose Crowley, who bought it in 1704, and demolished in 1855. Engraving by W.H. Prior from 'Old And New London'. "

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Crowley House

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