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.

References:

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

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