Kirby House, Coventry
Kirby House is currently owned by the Citizens Advice Bureau.
|Address||16 Little Park Street|
|Town or city||Coventry|
|Owner||Coventry Citizens Advice Bureau|
16 Little Park Street (also known as Kirby House) is a Georgian townhouse (Grade II* listed) in central Coventry, West Midlands, England. It is one of two remaining Georgian buildings on the street and three in the city centre (the other two being 7 Little Park Street and 11 Priory Row). The name Kirby House comes from Thomas Hulston Kirby who bought it in 1874.
The front of the house dates back to around 1735, but the façade may have been taken from an earlier building.
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- "High Street Conservation Area". Coventry Walks. Retrieved 28 September 2012.
- "Georgian Splendour Of Kirby House Saved". Coventry and Warwickshire News. 25 August 2000. Retrieved 28 September 2012.
- Orland, Rob. "What did Coventry lose?". Historic Coventry. Retrieved 28 September 2012.
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