HOLLY MOUNT.

Amersham Road, Knotty Green,
Beaconsfield,
Buckinghamshire.

1905

For C. T. Burke.

 

The RIBA hold photographs of the house and a summer-house; the summer-house is no longer existent.

There are several designs at the RIBA.

The materials are roughcast with tarred plinths for the walls, red tiles for the edges of the
string-courses, stone dressings and iron casements for the windows and green slates for the roofs.
                                                                                                                               Joanna Symonds

Tarred plinths are a vernacular feature which Voysey had started introducing into his work in c 1900.
                                                                                                                                          Stuart Durant

 

 

Contemporary photograph and perspective,
published in: Stuart Durant, CFA Voysey, London 1992, p. 85

 

 

 Holly Mount,
Photo Paul Klopfer, Voyseys Architektur-Idyllen, Moderne Bauformen 1910

 

 

 

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RIBA Drawings Collection, published in John Brandon-Jones (and others),
 Catalogue of the exhibition at the Art Gallery and Museums, Brighton 1978, pl. B 37

 

 

Ground Floor,
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First Floor and Second Floor,
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Contemporary photographs of living room (drawing room, parlour),
entrance hall and upper stair hall.
The furniture was designed by Voysey.
Published in David Gebhard, Charles F. A. Voysey Architect, 1975, figs. 112-114.
RIBA Photographs Collection.

 

 

Holly Mount, Beaconsfiled,
C. H. Baer, C. A. F. Voyseys Raumkunst, Moderne Bauformen, 1911
 (digitalized by University Library of Heidelberg)
Photo RIBA

 

Holly Mount, Beaconsfiled,
C. H. Baer, C. A. F. Voyseys Raumkunst, Moderne Bauformen, 1911
 (digitalized by University Library of Heidelberg)

 

 

Holly Mount, Beaconsfiled,
C. H. Baer, C. A. F. Voyseys Raumkunst, Moderne Bauformen, 1911
 (digitalized by University Library of Heidelberg)

 

 

Holly Mount, Beaconsfiled,
C. H. Baer, C. A. F. Voyseys Raumkunst, Moderne Bauformen, 1911
 (digitalized by University Library of Heidelberg)

 

 

Photo Paul Klopfer, Voyseys Architektur-Idyllen, Moderne Bauformen 1910

 

 

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Drawings Courtesy of The Royal Institute of British Architects.
Photographs, drawings, perspectives and other design patterns
at the Royal Institut of British Architects Drawings and Photographs Collection.
Images can be purchased.
The RIBA can supply you with conventional photographic or digital copies
of any of the images featured in
RIBApix.

Link > RIBApix (Voysey Images)

Link > RIBA Images (HOLLY MOUNT)

 

Link > Black & White Photos on Flickr taken in 1976

 

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Link >  www.imagesofengland.org.uk > Photograph by Dale Venn LRPS

Description on imagesofengland.org.uk:

SU 99 SW PENN PENN ROAD 3/55 Holly Mount 8.10.73 II*
Detached house. Designed in 1905 by C F A Voysey for C T Burke and completed in 1907. Vernacular Revival style. Built of roughcast with stone dressings, tarred plinths and green slate roof with 2 roughcast chimneystacks. Two storeys; 3 windows. Rectangular plan with gable at either end and further projecting gable to front left. One storey service wing to left. Irregularly spaced mullioned leaded casement windows retaining original catches and green tiled cills internally. Doorcase under gable has round-headed tiled hood mould and arched door with circular glazed opening. Plaque above with lettering 'HOLLYMOUNT 1907' flanked by holly decoration. Rear elevation has 2 dormers. Three-light windows to dormers and 4-light to ground floor. Left side late C20 French window replacing porthole window.

INTERIOR: Hall has polished green slate floors, original slate fireplace with round-headed arch and a series of plank doors with original rustic hinges, round-headed to Drawing Room. Well staircase with elongated stick balusters. Drawing Room has original fireplace having shelf with 3 brackets, large cambered brick arch and curved copper fender. Dining Room has round-headed tiled arched fireplace with shelf with 2 brackets above and 2 original cupboards with heart-shaped locks. Breakfast Room has original built-in dresser, cupboards and row of 8 servants' bells. First floor has 4 cast iron fireplaces with marble surrounds and robin relief and built-in cupboards. [See Pevsner BOE Buckinghamshire Revised 1994 p177. Stuart Durant 'CFA Voysey' 1991].

 

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