1901 – House at Ealing, London

Architect: Brown & Barrow


Designed for B.E.Peal esq, the view of the Garden Front & plan was published in The Building News, March 22nd 1901. “The accompanying drawing illustrates a house
recently erected from the designs of Messrs. W. Burnett Brown, F.S.I , and Ernest R. Barrow, ARIBA., at Ealing. The lower portion is faced with red bricks relieved with stone dressings ; the upper portion being treated with rough-cast and half-timber, and with a Broseley tile roof. The plan gives the arrangement of the ground floor, and there are seven bedrooms and usual offices over. The building contract has been executed by Messrs. T. H. Adamson and Sons, of Ealing and Chiswick.”

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