Houses and hotel in Argyle Square
Houses and hotel in Argyle Square
Houses and hotel in Argyle Square
A view of front elevations of terraced houses at 26-35 Argyle Square, King's Cross, across the gardens of the square. At least one of the house is a hotel, the Carlton. The gardens are rather unkempt with grass sparse and the National Front logo as graffiti on a bench. The gardens include mature London Plane trees, bare of leaves, and some saplings held up with stakes. A sign on the gate says "Dogs must be kept on a lead". Built in 1840-49, numbers 26-35 Argyle Square and their railings were Grade II listed in 1974, listing number 1247001.
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