THE HOMESTEAD.

1905-1906

Second Avenue,
Frinton-on-Sea,
Essex.

For Sydney Claridge Turner.

 

The materials used are roughcast for walls, stone dressings and iron casements for windows and green slate for roofs.

 

 

Ground floor plan
published in: David Gebhard, C. F. A. Voysey, fig.109, p.161

 

 

First Floor Plan and Roof Plan,
RIBA Drawings Collection

 

 

Contemporary photograph,
The Entrance Front,
photo published in: Duncan Simpson, C.F.A. Voysey, p. 99,
RIBA Photographs Collection

 

 

The Homestead, photo by John Newman, Courtauld Institut of Art

 

 

The Homestead, Frinton-on-Sea,
Photo by John Newman, Courtauld Institute of Art

 

 

The Homestead, Frinton-on-Sea,
Paul Klopfer, Voyseys Architektur-Idyllen, Moderne Bauformen 1910

 

 

The Homestead, photo by Su Butcher on twitter

 

 

Photo by Richard J. Turner on www.imagesofengland.com

 

 

Photo by Stephen Parker on twitter

 

 

Photo by Stephen Musgrave on Wikipedia

 

 

Photo on www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk

 

 

Photo on www.frintonfestival.com

 

 

Link > Photo by Kirkleyjohn on flickr

 

 

Link > Photo by Kirkleyjohn on flickr

 

 

Link > Photo by Martin Rich on flickr

 

 

 

Link > Photo by lauracwhiting on flickr

 

 

Link > Photo by lauracwhiting on flickr

 

 

Photo by Charles Holland on fantasticjournal.blogspot.com

 

 

Link > Photo by lauracwhiting on flickr

 

 

Link > Photo by lauracwhiting on flickr

 

 

Photo Voysey Society on twitter

 

 

Photo on paradisebackyard.blogspot.de

 

 

Photo by Charles Holland on fantasticjournal.blogspot.com

 

 

Frinton-on-Sea, photo by Su Butcher on twitter

 

 

Link > Photo by lauracwhiting on flickr

 

 

The Homestead, Frinton-on-Sea, photo by Stephen Musgrave on Wikipedia

 

Link > Photo by Kirkleyjohn on flickr

 

 

The Homestead, Frinton-on-Sea, photo by Stephen Musgrave on Wikipedia

 

 

Link > Photo by lauracwhiting on flickr

 

 

Photo by Charles Holland on fantasticjournal.blogspot.com

 

 

Link > www.artsandcraftsdesign.com (Photos)

 

 

Photo on paradisebackyard.blogspot.de
RIBA Photographs Collection

 

 

Photo on artsandcraftsliving.co.uk

 

 

Photo ArtsandCraftsLiving, on www.pinterest.com

 

 

Photo Voysey Society on twitter

 

 

Photo Voysey Society on twitter

 

 

Drawing-room (Parlour)
photo in: John Brandon-Jones, C.F.A. Voysey: architect and designer 1857-1941, B38, p. 60

 

 

The Homestead, Frinton-on-Sea, Drawing-room (Parlour),
C. H. Baer, C. A. F. Voyseys Raumkunst, Moderne Bauformen,1911
(Scan by University Library of Heidelberg)

 

 

The Homestead, Frinton-on-Sea,
C. H. Baer, C. A. F. Voyseys Raumkunst, Moderne Bauformen,1911
(Scan by University Library of Heidelberg)

 

The Homestead, Frinton-on-Sea,
C. H. Baer, C. A. F. Voyseys Raumkunst, Moderne Bauformen,1911
(Scan by University Library of Heidelberg)

 

The Homestead, Frinton-on-Sea,
C. H. Baer, C. A. F. Voyseys Raumkunst, Moderne Bauformen,1911
(Scan by University Library of Heidelberg)

 

Bedroom, photo in: David Gebhard C. F. A Voysey, fig.108, p.161

 

Photographs and 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)

Limk > RIBA Photos (The Homestead)

 

Link > Black & white photographs on flickr taken in 1976

 

Link > www.artsandcraftsdesign.com (Photos, exterior and interior)

Link > Flickr images tagged Voysey The Homestead (Photos)

Link > RIBA Photo taken in 1906

 

Link > Photo by Richard J. Turner
            on www.imagesofengland.org.uk

Description on imagesofengland.org.uk:

FRINTON AND WALTON SECOND AVENUE, TM 21 NW FRINTON-ON-SEA 8/47 No. 43, The Homestead 18.5.79 II* House. Circa 1905-6. C.F.A. Voysey for A.C. Turner. Rough rendered brick. Stone window surrounds and mullions. Green slate roofs. L-plan. 2 storeys with attics to gables. The east face to Second Avenue with a chimney turret off centre left, this with left and right windows to each floor. Three, 3 light windows to first floor. 4 vari-light windows to ground floor, all windows square leaded, tiled pentices over. North face to Holland Road. Tall double gable to left, 2 feature gables to right. Off centre and right external rough rendered chimney stacks. Attic window to left gable. 2:1:1 first floor vari-light windows, 1:6 vari-light ground floor windows similar to east face. Pilaster to left of 6 light window. Flag stone path approach to the red tiled round headed porch arch, 3 steps within the porch, nailed vertically boarded door. Wooden gutters supported by iron brackets. Single storey extension to right with roof hipped to right, vertically boarded door.

 

Link > Modern houses in Frinton-on-Sea designed by Oliver Hill

Link > www.myfriendshouse.co.uk/modernist-buildings-of-frinton-park-estate

 

 

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