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1-6 BERKELEY CRESCENT INCLUDING 19 BERKELEY SQUARE

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Nos. 1-6 Berkeley Crescent and No. 19 Berkeley Square consist of a crescent of seven houses, started in 1787 and completed in circa 1800 to designs by Thomas Paty and/or his son. The houses are constructed in brick with limestone dressings and a slate mansard roof. Each three storey house, with attic and basement, has a double-depth plan.

No. 19 Berkeley Square was the office of the Bristol and West of England Society for Women's Suffrage in 1905.

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