Place    From 1780 

Penton Estate

Categories: Architecture, Property

Penton Estate

Built by Henry Penton in the late 1700s, possibly London's first planned suburb. The estate was completed around 1820. A few of the original houses survive in Chapel Market. The 'Penton Estate: 750 commercial and residential properties, N1 and WC1' was sold by auction in May 1951.

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Rowland Plumbe

Rowland Plumbe

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John Elmes

John Elmes

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1 memorial
John & Ruth Howard Charitable Trust

John & Ruth Howard Charitable Trust

The Trust will consider giving grants for the preservation of buildings of historic or architectural interest anywhere in England (but not Wales), with a preference for the Greater London area (not...

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1 memorial
Nicholas Barbon

Nicholas Barbon

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1 memorial
Major Hubert C. Corlette

Major Hubert C. Corlette

Australian architect mainly of churches. Born Hubert Christian Corlette.  Father of English architect John C. Corlette.

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