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Entrance to Barford Court, Princes Crescent, Hove, City of Brighton and Hove, East Sussex. Built of specially made and imported Italian brick by cinema architect Robert Cromie as a private house for iron industry magnate Ian Stuart Millar. The Neo-Georgian building dates from 1934 and has an Art Deco interior. It is now a care home. Listed at Grade II by English Heritage (IoE Code 365555); the walls pictured here are listed separately at Grade II (IoE Code 365556)

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