Houses in Argyle Square
Houses in Argyle Square
Houses in Argyle Square
A view of front elevations of terraced houses at 36-44 Argyle Square, King's Cross from across the gardens of the square. The gardens include a mature trees and two saplings with supports. An animal blurred by motion is visible on the rather sparse grass. The houses include several small hotels including the Kings Hotel. Graffiti saying "CFC for Chelsea FC" has been carved into the bark of a tree. Two cars and a van are parked in the square. Built in 1840-49, numbers 36-47 Argyle Square and their railings were listed Grade II in 1974, listing number 1247003.
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