1899 – House at Herne Bay, Kent

Architect: George E. Bond


Designed for Charles Chalmers esq., perspective View including ground plan published in The Building News, March 24th 1899. “The drawings show the plans and front of a house facing the sea, now being erected oin the East Cliff at Herne Bay, for Mr. Charles Chalmers. It is faced with red bricks, with red Bowstone dressings and covered with Broseley tiles. The house is most pleasantly situated – just on the rise of the hill on to the Downs. Mr. C.C. Skinner of Chatham, is the builder, his contract price being 3,800, and Mr. G.E. Bond of Rochester is the architect.”