This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.
HONEYWELL ROAD SW11 1.
5033 Honeywell School TQ 27SE 4/10 II 2.
1891 by T J Bailey, Consultant Architect for the School Board for London. Yellow stocks with some red brick and with stone and fine red brick dressings and gauged arches. Lofty with Dutch gables. The north-east elevation has a 12-bay centre (2-storeys and attic) divided into 4 major bays by giant piers above each of which the cornice breaks forward and is crowned by an inverted console. Attic storey above cornice with the centre window of each major bay breaking through the eaves to form a gabled lucarne. On either side of this centre block, single bays with the windows set into a full height arched and deeply recessed niche. To the right, 2 further 3 windows wide gabled bays and to the left a single gabled bay with blind windows. The south-west elevation has a 5-bay centre divided by closely set piers.
Bell turret and fleche above roof. Walls to playground.
Listing NGR: TQ2775074463
© Mr Christopher Strevens. Source: Historic England Archive
This photograph was taken for the Images of England project
People & Organisations
Photographer: Strevens, Christopher
Rights Holder: Strevens, Christopher
Brick, Stone, Victorian Wall, Monument <By Form>, Barrier, Childrens Playground, Recreational, Recreation Ground, Sports Site, School, Education
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