DescriptionHolland House, the largest in the street. Its L-plan core, c17 timber-framed and thatched, was remodelled and enlarged in 1891–3. The very pretty garden front has a gable dated 1904, facing a sunken garden following a design by Lutyens, 1900. (Brooks & Pevsner, 2007, p.249)
Garden 1900-2 design by Sir Edwin Lutyens. Sunken garden with stone walls, ball finials. Stone sundial. (Historic England, list entry 1116930)
BibliographyBrooks, A. and Pevsner, N. (2007) Worcestershire. The Buildings of England. New Haven: Yale University Press.
Historic England. The Old House. [Online] Available from: https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1116930?section=official-list-entry
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