1899 – House at Newark, Nottingham

Architect: Brewill & Baily



Perspective View including Ground Plan published in The Building News, July 28th 1899. “contains dining-room, drawing-room, morning-room, with sitting entrance-hall, together with the usual kitchen offices and out-buildings ; the exterior being constructed of red sand brick, and the upper portion being of cement rough-cast, the roof being covered with red tiles. The cornice is constructed of wood, and, with the rest of the exterior woodwork, is painted white. The work has been carried out by Mr. William Smith, builder, of Newark, from drawings by Messrs. Brewill and Baily, architects, of Nottingham and Newark.”