Architect: C.F.A. Voysey
“The plans and views given herewith of these two country houses, designed by Mr. C.F.A. Voysey, are, to a large extent, self-explanatory. Both buildings illustrate that quaint sense of the picturesque which the architect of these residences has associated so tastefully with all his designs. The walls are finished in a white rough cast, the roofs are covered with stone slab slates, with red ridge tiles and chimney-pots, while the wood- work is coloured a good strong green.” Published in The Building News, September 2 1898.