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Esher Place

…Also Cited In Nairn, I., Pevsner, N. (1971) Surrey (Pevsner Architectural Guides: Buildings of England). 2nd edn. Yale University Press. Listing Grade II Listing Reference 1377431 Client Lady Helen Vincent


Grosvenor Estate Housing

…and are punctuated by neat little stone-dressed lock-up shops, pyramid-roofed or rusticated, and classical gatepiers. The two smallest blocks, completed in 1930, lie to the son Vincent Street. They face…


Tomb of Jekyll family

…1843 – 8 December 1932), and Agnes Jekyll (Lady Jekyll) (12 October 1860 – 28 January 1937). Their three stone markers line the front of the tomb. Gertrude Jekyll’s marker…


8 Little College Street

…8 Little College Street, and No. 10). Built 1911–12 for the Hon. Francis McLaren, brother-in-law of the gardener Gertrude Jekyll, and his sister, Lady Norman; restored as private houses c….


40 The Cliff

40 The Cliff Gazetteer No. G0385 Date 1923 Address Brighton, Sussex BN2 5RE England Description Lutyens met Victoria, Lady Sackville (1862-1936), mother of Vita Sackville-West, in Lady Cunard’s box at…


Ammerdown House

…of the new gardens, but rather this appears to have been undertaken by Lady Hylton…. The formal gardens assumed their present form from 1901, when Lord and Lady Hylton commissioned…


Wood End

…on the corner of Wormley Lane, WOOD END is a cottage extended by Lutyens, 1894, for Lady Georgina Stewart. Excellently composed, the oversailing upper storey of painted roughcast, on a…


Legh Manor

…Sir William and Lady Chance in 1917 and subsequently bequeathed by them to the Sussex Archaeological Society. Two storeys. Three windows. Now tile-hung on a red brick base. Horsham slab…



Lady Emily (May 27, 1897). Orchards, although designed in the middle of a hectic year of 1897 at the same time as such eccentric designs as Fulbrook and Berrydown, is…


Egham Memorial Lodges

…of the Egham Races. 188 acres of land were donated to the National Trust in 1931 by Cara, Lady Fairhaven, an American citizen, as a memorial to her husband, Urban…