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Knebworth House

…and replaced in 1950. Sir Edwin Lutyens, married Lady Emily Bulwer-Lytton (1874-1964) in 1897 at Knebworth. She was the daughter of The 1st Earl of Lytton, who served as Viceroy…


188 & 190 Park Lane

…of cottages, soon converted to a single dwelling. (Bettley et al, 2019, pp.344-5) Semi-detached pair of houses. 1903 by Sir Edwin Lutyens for the Earl of Lytton. M-fronted house. 2…


7 Deards End Lane

…Bibliography Bettley J, Pevsner N, Cherry B (2019) Hertfordshire. The Buildings of England. New Haven: Yale University Press. Also Cited In Listing Grade N/A Listing Reference Client Earl of Lytton


1-4 Mulberry Cottages

Earl of Lytton. A block of four houses forming an open court. White washed brick. Machine tile roof with 6 red brick chimney stacks. 2 storeys. 3- and 4-light glazing…


Tomb of FE Smith, 1st Earl of Birkenhead

Tomb of FE Smith, 1st Earl of Birkenhead Gazetteer No. G0470 Date 1930 Address Charlton Banbury, Oxfordshire England Description Cemetery. Tiny Gothic chapel of 1903. – F. E. Smith, Earl


Redlynch House

…Fox’s son (later the 1st Earl) in 1725–30, apparently by Nathaniel Ireson. That work continued into the mid 1750s, with chimneypieces by Henry Flitcroft. The mansion was demolished in 1913….



…for the Dowager, Countess of Lytton. Vernacular and Georgian revival styles. Ground floor in whitewashed brick, upper floor weatherboarded. Plain tile roof with red brick chimney stacks. Wood mullioned and…


Knebworth Golf Club

…central extension. The wings each side are two windows with leaded dormer casements. (Historic England, list entry 1174298) In 1903 Lord Lytton, inspired by Letchworth, conceived the idea of a…


The Hirsel

The Hirsel (Unbuilt) Gazetteer No. G0002 Date 1886 Address Coldstream, Berwickshire TD12 Scotland Description Lutyens had probably met the Earl of Home in London through his father who had often…