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Binfield Lodge

…(Hants) where John Pitt also made alterations. Wooden doorcase with Ionic columns supporting an open pediment. To the E a large wing of 1895–7 for Cecil Rhodes’s brother Capt. Ernest


Dalham Hall

…Pevsner, N., (2015) Suffolk: West. Pevsner Architectural Guides: Buildings of England.. New Haven and London: Yale University Press. Also Cited In Listing Grade N/A Listing Reference Client Col Ernest Rhodes


Copse Hill House

…Country Life. Verey D & Brooks A (1999) Gloucestershire 1: Cotswolds. The Buildings of England. New Haven: Yale University Press. Listing Grade II Listing Reference 1237974 Client Capt Harold Brassey…


Lowesby Hall

…slightly lengthened in 1910 for Captain Brassey by Lutyens (see a few of his details towards the service yard). He also laid out the garden with Jekyll with a more…


Leeds Rifles War Memorial

…when the architect used one of his “standard” crosses for a regimental memorial. The memorial was unveiled by Capt G Sanders, VC, MC of the regiment on 13 November 1921….


Penheale Manor

…Columb Major)) and its spectacular early c20 extension by Edwin Lutyens…The Specotts continued at Penheale until 1920 when it was acquired and restored by Captain Norman Colville, who commissioned Lutyens…


Miserden Park

…Alfred Waterhouse for E.A. Leatham then in 1914 alterations and service wing by Andrew Russell for Capt. F.N.H. Wills. There was a rebuilding of east wing after 1919 fire by…


Crooksbury House

…of Captain Mangles of Poyle Park, Tongham, had been painted by Lutyens’s father. (Amery et al, 1981, cat no. 45) By Lutyens, who in later life would not re-visit it,…


Lodges at Park Hatch

…their gables, reflect the influence of Ernest George’s Onslow Almshouses in Guildford. The walls are of Bargate stone and the roofs covered with Horsham stone slates. There is, however, already…


Munstead Corner (now Munstead Place)

…immature work, starting, as late C19 architects so often did, from early Norman Shaw but really showing the influence of Ernest George, Lutyens’s master. Bargate stone body under an inadequately…