1898 – Two Houses at Hoole Road, Chester, Cheshire

Architect: Richard Hall

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“These houses, which are being erected for Sir. Robert Bower, of Chester, are faced with Haydock Colliery pressed bricks, and the roofs are covered with Ruabon brown tiles, supplied by Mr. J. C. Edwards. The builder is Mr. Samuel Manley, Aston, near Nantwich, and the architect is Mr. Richard Hall, Bangor, North Wales.” Published in The Building News, February 25th 1898. Front Perspective View & Ground, 1st & 2nd floor plans.

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