1910, Group of houses for Marshall, New Brighton, Liverpool


Image courtesy of RIBA Drawings Collection

The two houses are contained within a single rectangular block with a hipped roof. They are separated at ground floor level by a tunnel going from front to back of the building. The walls are roughcast, with plinths in black brick, but with a label indicating 'tar' as an alternative; the windows have stone dressings, the roof is covered with grey tiles and the chimneys are of black and brown bricks.


The British Architect, LXXIV, 1919, p.276.

David Gebhard, Charles F.A. Voysey, fig.128.