1920 – Houses, Alderley Edge, Cheshire

Architect: F. Milton Cashmore

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From The Building News, July 23 1920: “These houses. now nearing completion, have been planned so as to give the living rooms advantage of an exceptional view- extending to the Welsh hills and also to avoid observance of the garden from the kitchen quarters. A rapid fall in the site enables useful accommodation to be obtained under the living rooms with a terrace tho whole length of the garden front. The ground floors are solid throughout, the materials being brickwork covered with rough plaster, roofing of pantiles, and genuine old bricks for the terrace walling and buttresses, arches and chimney stacks. The casements are of wood. The pantiling has been carried out by Mr. R. J. Ames, the contractors being Messrs. Isaac Massey and Sons, Limited, of Alderley Edge, and the architect Mr. F. Milton ‘Cashmore, A.R.I.B.A., of 26, Old Burlington Street, W.l.”

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