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Anyone who knows anything about this building and its history
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This is an imposing large 2-storey, stock brick building, double fronted with two stucco gable ends, the larger having an attic room, slate roof, bay windows either side of front door, 1st floor casement windows with red brick arches, ornamental stringers, continuous cills with stucco brackets, gable porch to front door. The building is subject to works to the basement area and has a garage. This house is similar in design to the smaller house adjacent at no. 8 and the 7 houses on the other side of the road, nos. 11-23. Although Gascoigne-Pees' sale particulars in 1983 (in Local Studies collection) suggest the house was built in 1880, it must have been considerably later as it is not shown on the 1898 OS map.
or who has a better photograph is asked to get in touch by [mailto:kandn.atkinson@tiscali.co.uk email].  
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This page is part of the [[Directory of Buildings of Townscape Merit (BTMs) and Listed Buildings]] in Teddington assembled
 
This page is part of the [[Directory of Buildings of Townscape Merit (BTMs) and Listed Buildings]] in Teddington assembled

Latest revision as of 16:55, 9 October 2014

10 Oxford Road

Road: Oxford Road

Property: 10

This is an imposing large 2-storey, stock brick building, double fronted with two stucco gable ends, the larger having an attic room, slate roof, bay windows either side of front door, 1st floor casement windows with red brick arches, ornamental stringers, continuous cills with stucco brackets, gable porch to front door. The building is subject to works to the basement area and has a garage. This house is similar in design to the smaller house adjacent at no. 8 and the 7 houses on the other side of the road, nos. 11-23. Although Gascoigne-Pees' sale particulars in 1983 (in Local Studies collection) suggest the house was built in 1880, it must have been considerably later as it is not shown on the 1898 OS map.


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