The Red House, Forest Gate
Grade I listed working men’s club style property. Period location (Late Stuart through Georgian to Victorian, deco/modernist). Originally built as a Dutch cloth merchant’s residence in 1703; currently used as a club owned by its members, gated yard, one acre walled garden, tiled entrance hall, sweeping staircase, billiard/snooker room with full slate table, 6ft shuttered windows. Other attributes: 1930s bar, patterned carpets, wood panels, vintage wares, distressed elements. 63amp power supply Located in Forest Gate, East London, E7
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