1898 – The Croft, Blakesley Avenue, Ealing, London
“This house has been erected on a triangular piece of land in the Blakesley-avenuo, Ealing. The ground plan shows the accommodation on that floor. The first and attic floors provide six bed- rooms in all, with usual bath, linen, and box- rooms. The walls are faced with red tile hanging and Bath stone is used for dressings. The roof is covered with a dark brindled tile, and the timber to gables is solid and Stockholm tarred. The dining-room and hall have beam ceilings with plaster between joist.s. The contract has been satisfactorily carried out by Messrs. Edwards and Modway, from the designs of Mr. Ernest R. Barrow, A.K.I.B.A.” Perspective view & plans as published in The Building News, July 22nd 1898.