1878 – House, Broadwater Down, Tunbridge Wells, Kent


William Young


“Continuing our series of illustrations from the drawings in this year’s Koyal Academy Exhibition, we give a view of a house erected at Broadwater Down, Tunbridge Wells, from the designs of Mr. W. Young, of Exeter Hall. The house is situated on a most picturesque site, and is built of red brick, half timber, and weather tiles. The building, together with oak chimney pieces, and other internal decorative works — designed by the architect in harmony with the style of the building — has been carried out in a very satisfactory manner by Mr. G. Mansfield, of Tunbridge Wells.” The Building News, October 11, 1878.

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