17 St Dunstan's Road, London.

For W.E.F. Britten.

The house has been extended.

"However we know that before 1909 additional rooms were added together with dormer windows in the roof and french windows to the garden; and this is very much the way it remained until World War II when bomb damage resulted in for the replacement of the glass roof with asbestos." Source:



Image with the original door on the left from The Studio, International Art Magazine (1897)



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Drawings published in: Stuart Durant, C F A Voysey, London 1992, p. 30.
RIBA Drawings Collection.



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TQ 2378 ST DUNSTAN'S ROAD W6 6/234 12.5.70 No 17 GV II Studio cottage. 1891-2, C F A Voysey. Painted roughcast. Green slate roof. One storey plus roof storey. Three windows to ground floor, one in eaves. Leaded casement windows, three-light below (one with stone mullions), four lights to dormer, with moulded timber cornice. Doorway to right of centre with projecting moulded porch hood and original door. Low hipped roof. Overhanging eaves with cast iron gutter on brackets. Massive central chim- ney. Buttresses to side walls. Interior not seen.


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TQ 2378 ST DUNSTAN'S ROAD W6 6/107 12.5.70 Street wall, railings and gates to No 17. GV II 1891-2. C F A Voysey. Low brick wall with stone coping topped by tall closely spaced iron railings with spiked finials to principal supports. Iron gates and overthrow.



 The British Architect, XLIII, 1895, p.146 (illustration of sketch by T. Raffles Davison).

 The Studio, II, 1897, p.12.



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