1898 – House at Surbiton, Surrey

Architect: Walter E. Hewitt


“Some capital examples of picturesque house-building have of late years been carried out in the district round about Surbiton. The design here- with illustrated was sent us some time ago by Mr. Walter E. Hewitt, when we gave another view of the same residence. The walls, in red brick below, have tile hanging above. The windows are mllioned in wood ; but the porch is in stone, while the roofs are all covered with tiles.” Perspective View including small plan published in The Building News, February 18th 1898.

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