This house is a fine example of early-18C Dutch architecture, in marked contrast with its neighbours. It was designed in 1710 for the Uniacke Family by a Dutch architect-builder, Claud Leuvethen. The red brick facade with white stone quoins is surmounted by a large triangular gable and a steep mansard roof.
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