Calverley New Town :: Shared Description
Calverley new town is part of Tunbridge Wells. It was designed and built by Decimus Burton ( Link
), between 1827 and 1842. It was designed to rival the Georgian development of Bath. The development includes Calverley Park (all the buildings on this road are Grade II* listed), a development of large Georgian Villas, Calverley Crescent (similar to the Bath Crescent), Calverley Grounds
(now a public park)(Link
) and various other outlying streets. The whole area is part of a conservation area and many of the buildings are Grade II listed.
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Created: Wed, 31 Mar 2010, Updated: Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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