118, Campden Hill Road, Kensington, together with its design, as shown in the Survey of London (taken fron The Building News of 28 June 1878). Architect: Richard Norman Shaw. 1876-78. This large Grade II listed red brick, Queen Anne style house was designed for the artist G. H. Boughton, in a neighbourhood favoured by many artists of the time.
. The house is now called West House and is split up into flats.
Links to related material
- George Boughton and his Campden Hill House and Studio (account by (William) Cosmo Monkhouse in 1882)
- Campden Hill, Kensington: A Victorian Artists' Colony. II: Thorpe Lodge to Aubrey Walk
- 80 Peel Street (adjacent house)
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"Plate 79: 118 Campden Hill Road," in Survey of London: Volume 37, Northern Kensington. Ed. F. H. W. Sheppard. London: London County Council, 1973. British History Online. Web. 30 July 2022.
West House. Historic England.
Created 30 July 2022