Asgill House in Old Palace Lane
Asgill House in Old Palace Lane
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Asgill House in Old Palace Lane
Asgill House in Old Palace Lane, Richmond, overlooks the Thames at Cholmondeley Walk and its history is well documented. Designed by Sir Robert Taylor and built c1760 on the site of the brewhouse of Henry VIII's royal palace, this distinctive villa was originally the home of Sir Charles Asgill, who was Lord Mayor of London during 1757-58. The building was Grade I listed in 1950, listing number 118412. This view shows its south-western riverside facade, also displaying some of its nineteenth-century remodelling. The house has since been restored to its original appearance.
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