1901 – House at Pinner, London

Architect: E.B. Wetenhall


Perspective View including plans published in The Building News, February 15th 1901. “This building is in course of erection in “the Avenue,” Royston Park, Pinner. The exterior walls are faced with red brick and white rough- cast, as shown. The roofs are to be covered with green slates. Stone is used for the entrance porch and front bay window. The builder is Mr. Charles Eames, of Watford, and the architect Mr. E. B. Wetenhall, of Fitzroy-street, W.”