Ravenswood House is the only known example in Cape Town of the late classical Georgian Architectural Style of the beginning of the 19th Century. This Double-Storeyed Building was probably erected between 1817 and 1835 by M. A. de Kock, as one of a series of Houses for letting and is situated on a part of the former Welgedaan Property which was granted to G. D. Vreeburg in 1707. (J. P. VAN DER SPUY, Minister of National Education.) It was declared a National Monument under old NMC on the 14 of May 1971.

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