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Bartholomew Street

Architecture and history:
Late Georgian houses of 1819


Liverpool Grove

Architecture and history:
Nos 28-42 were built in 1842.

Comments:
Many houses still have letters ECE on them, This refers to Eccleciastical Commissioners of England.

Key Properties:
28-52


Lorrimore Road

Architecture and history:
Built c1856,.Lorrimore means Lower Moor, the old common shown on 1681 map of Walworth.


Surrey Square

Architecture and history:
Rolls Estate development. Built in 1793-4 by Michael Searles

Comments:
West end replaced by a school.

Key Properties:

Centrepiece has a pediment decorated with a fan.



Dulwich Design
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