1881 – House, Leicester, Leicestershire

Architect: Goddard & Paget


“The houses at Leicester of which we give a view this week are placed in the best residential part of the town, near to Victoria Park. Thoy are four in number, and each contains three sitting-rooms, good kitchen premises, abundant bedrooms, and all conveniences. They are built of good red bricks, and roofed with Broseley tiles. The timber-work is red deal, and portions of the plaster filling are enriched with carving. Messrs. T. and H. Herbert, builders, of Leicester, are carrying out the work under the superintendence of Messrs. Goddard and Paget, MM.R.I.B.A.” Published in The Building News, December 2 1881.

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