View of Ovington Square
View of Ovington Square
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View of Ovington Square
View of 31-33 Ovington Square. Part of a stucco terrace which is Grade II listed; listing number 1066550. 35 Ovington Square, facing the camera, is also Grade II listed; listing number 1357158. Both were built by William Willmer Pocock from 1844 to 1850 for Elizabeth Standerwick; also known as Baroness Von Zandt. Typical nineteenth-century architecture with many interesting features including Doric columns at the open porches, a stone balustrade at the first floor and iron railings. Number 35 is double-fronted and has flowers on the balustrade. It also has a boot scraper on the bottom step by the right-hand column. This corner, and the boot scraper, can be seen from a different angle on image number 85875.
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London Metropolitan Archives
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