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View from the northeast of 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)

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