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VOYSEY HOUSE

... PASSAGE, W4 Voysey House (Formerly listed as Warehouse) II* Sanderson's wallpaper factory, building now offices. 1902, by C F A Voysey for Messrs...

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GARDEN CORNER

.... Dated 1879. Built by Edward I'Anson Junior. The interior entirely redesigned and replanned by C F A Voysey in 1906-7 for EJ Horniman, then Liberal MP for Chelsea. EXTERIOR: 4 storeys and attic with...

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ROUGHWOOD FARMHOUSE

... 3/51 II GV 2. Later C19 house with wing to east by C F A Voysey, 1902. Main house of 2 storeys, red brick, half-hipped slated roofs and sash windows. Internal alterations...

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WOODBROOK HOUSE

... House). 2/7/1973 GV II House: c1845 for J de Castro, extensively rebuilt 1906 by C F A Voysey for A Heyworth. Cream brick, partly roughcasted, with brown...

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14, SOUTH PARADE W4

... Voysey. Added lower wing of 1894, also Voysey. Later altered by insertion of garage doors. This is one of Voysey's first houses, designed evidently in conscious opposition to the red brick cosiness of...

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LILLYCOMBE HOUSE AND RETAINING WALL TO TERRACE

... Lady Lovelace, assisted by C F A Voysey. Roughcast over rubble, hipped West Somerset slate roofs, slight bell-cast, overhanging eaves, bargeboard to gabled bays, large square roughcast stack right, tall...

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THE HILL

... Brooke, Rajah of Sarawak by C.F.A. Voysey. Pebbledash walls, tile roof, pebbledash stacks. 2 storeys and attic, 3 bays. Buttresses at angles and between 2 right bays. 2 storey porch in second bay from left...

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LITTLEHOLME COTTAGE

... Littleholme Cottage GV II Cottage. Designed by C F A Voysey (1857-1941) in 1911 as the gardener's cottage to...

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LAUGHTON HILLS

... II House. 1920 and 1935. C F A Voysey for William Taylor. Laboratory wing built 1920, main block in 1935 with Taylor making some alterations to Voysey's plans. Roughcast rendered brick with stone...

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LILLYCOMBE BUNGALOW

... Lillycombe Bungalow - GV II Shown on OS map as Lillycombe Cottage. Cottage. 1912. Probably by C F A Voysey for Lady...

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COACHMANS COTTAGE, 250M SOUTH OF PERRYCROFT

... eminent architect Charles F A Voysey and was built circa 1907 or 1908. Based on its composition and architectural detail there can be little doubt that this cottage was designed by Voysey. It stands within...

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29, HARLEY STREET

... GV House, 1911 by SidneyThtchell for Leslie Paton, with library of 1919 by C F A Voysey. Ashlar facing, roof, obscured. 4 storeys, basement and attics. 3 bays. Ground floor entrance to right...

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HILL CLOSE

... - II Detached house. Built 1896, Architect C F Voysey, for Alfred Sutro. Later flat-roofed extensions on south - not by Voysey. These extended c1984 in matching style and given pitched roofs...

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LODGE STYLE

... II* Detached house. 1909, by Charles Voysey. MATERIALS: Limestone ashlar, stone Cotswold slate roof. PLAN: Courtyard house, with entrance porch tower to north-west corner, garage wing projects at north...

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THE LODGE

... Lodge to Laughton Hills. 1920. C F A Voysey for William Taylor. Roughcast rendered brick with stone dressings. Collyweston slate roof and slate hung gables. Rendered brick ridge stack. Blue-grey...

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