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Introductory Discussions

  • The Great Housing Boom
  • Homes in the City and Suburbs
  • Country Mansions, New and Improved
  • Architectural Trades and Professions
  • Architectural Books, and Professional and Trade Journals
  • Styles in Domestic Architecture
  • Urban Mansions and other grand houses

  • Apsley House (now the Wellington Museum), designed by Robert Adam (pre-Victorian)
  • Lowther Lodge, Kensington Gore, London by R. Norman Shaw
  • 1 Palace Green, Kensington Palace Gardens (4 views)
  • 4 Cadogan Square (the house G. E. Street designed for himself)
  • Leighton House and the Holland Park Artists' Houses, London
  • Mansion, Kensington Palace Gardens
  • The English Country House

  • Albury Park, Surrey
  • Chartwell, Westerham, Kent
  • Clevedon Court, North Somerset
  • Cloverly Hall, Whitechurch, Shropshire
  • Cragside, Northumberland
  • Eatington Park
  • Eaton Hall, Cheshire
  • Foxwarren Park
  • Horsley Towers, Surrey
  • Humewood, Wicklow, Ireland
  • Kingston Maurward House, 1790
  • Leys Wood, Sussex
  • Madingley Hall, Cambridgeshire
  • Milton Court Estate
  • Orchardleigh Park, Somersetshire
  • Polesden Lacey
  • Prior Park
  • Quar Wood, Gloucestershire
  • Scarisbrick Hall, Lancashire
  • Scotney Castle, Sussex
  • Stourhead House, Wiltshire
  • Tyntesfield, near Wraxall, North Somerset
  • Wallington, Northumberland
  • Wotton House, Wotton, Surrey
  • Eight country houses by Ernest Newton
  • Houses for the Middle and Upper Classes

  • Holly Village, Highgate, North London, by H. A. Darbishire
  • Park Village East and West by Sir James Pennethorne
  • Homes of Artists, Sculptors, and Writers
  • Semidetached Home, Norham Gardens, North Oxford
  • Bedford Park, London's first Garden Suburb (8 views)
  • Gunfield, 19 Norham Gardens, North Oxford
  • House on the corner of Albion Road, Stoke Newington, London
  • A House in the Yorkshire Dales
  • 20, Buckingham Gate, London
  • 117-121, Mount Street, London
  • Row Houses for the Middle and Upper Classes

  • Bedford Square, London (Pre-Victorian: c.1775)
  • Houses along St. Andrew's Square, Surbiton, London
  • Palace Gardens Terrace, Kensington
  • Onslow Square
  • J. J. Stevenson's 63-73 Cadogan Square
  • Linley Sambourne's 18, Stafford Terrace, Kensington, London
  • Chalcot Square and Chalcot Crescent, Primrose Hill, London
  • Terrace in Chesterton Road, Cambridge
  • Multi-Family Houses and blocks of flats for the Middle and Upper Classes

  • Building at the corner of Bayswater and Palace Court, London
  • The Albany, London
  • Richard Norman Shaw's Albert Court, Prince Consort Road, London
  • 29, Exhibition Road
  • Pont Street and the "Pont Street Dutch" style
  • 52, Cadogan Square, Knightsbridge
  • South Kensington, London
  • Mansion Block, Hans Crescent
  • 31-43 Draycot Place, Chelsea
  • St. James Court, 41-53 Buckingham Gate.
  • 125-129 Mount Street
  • 87 to 102 Mount Street (including 26-33 South Audley Street)
  • Rural Housing for the Middle Classes

  • Thatch-roofed Two-story Home, Higher Bockhampton, near Dorchester, Dorset (Hardy's birthplace), 1800
  • Thatch-roofed cottage, Marnhull village, Dorset
  • Home and shops, Dunster Village, Dorset
  • Cottage at Letcombe Bassett, near Wantage
  • Rural Housing for the Poorer Classes

  • Cottages and Farmhouses (sitemap)
  • Mixen Lane, Dorchester, Dorset
  • London Slums and Working-Class Housing

  • Market Court, Kensington
  • Peabody Square — model housing
  • Watercress Gatherers Cottages, Hampstead
  • The Sutton Dwellings, Chelsea, London SW3
  • The Guinness Trust, Hammersmith, London
  • Slums and Slumming in Late-Victorian London
  • Garden suburbs and other planned cities for workers and others

  • Garden Suburbs: Architecture, Landscape and Modernity 1880-1940
  • Port Sunlight, Wirral, Cheshire — introduction
  • Port Sunlight: Housing
  • Workers' Housing in Saltaire
  • Bedford Park, London's first "garden suburb"

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