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Architecture of Berkshire

25 November 2014

1660 – Coleshill House, Berkshire

Architect: Sir Roger Pratt Built in the 17th century for Sir George Pratt, Coleshill was the first house to be built for a ‘minor’ gentleman in the classical manner. Designed by the gentleman...

24 November 2014

1901 – Free Church, Slough, Berkshire

Architect: Hall, Cooper & Davis Church with adjacent dwellings designed by Hall, Cooper & Davis in 1901.

07 May 2014

1899 – Residence, Bath Rd., Reading, Berkshire

Architect: W.G.A. Hambling “The site is in the best part of a residential neighbourhood. The building contains eight bedrooms, dressing-room, bathroom, linen closet, two w.c.’s, three reception-rooms, and usual offices ; also wine,...

07 May 2014

1899 – “The Cottage”, Kingsbury, Berkshire

Architect: W. West Neve “The Cottage,” Kingsbury, is now nearing completion. Externally, the ground-floor is of red brick ; the upper part of main fronts seen in the sketch is in half-timber work...

01 January 2014

1881 – Yattendon Court, Newbury, Berkshire

Architect: Alfred Waterhouse “We give this week illustrations of a house, at present in course of construction by Mr. A. Waterhouse, A.R.A., for his own residence. It is situated at Yattendon, a small...

01 January 2014

1898 – Thames St., Windsor, Berkshire

Architect: Ernest R. Barrow “This house is situate in Thames-street, Windsor, and opposite the Castle walls. The view shows the house from Thames-street, but only the left-hand upper part of front has lately...

01 January 2014

1898 – Friar St., Reading, Berkshire

Architect: Millar & Nasmyth “This building, now in course of erection, is the Friar-street front of A. H. Bull’s (Limited) extensive premises in Reading, which occupies a site extending from Broad-street to Friar-street,...

25 July 2012

1892 – House at Wokingham, Berkshire

Architect: Ernest Newton Perspective including ground plan published in The Builder, February 13th 1892.

05 January 2011

1881 – New Grammar School, Newbury, Berkshire

Architect: Charles H.M. Mileham Second premiated design in design competition. Published in The Building News, March 25th 1881.