Gloucester Road 32, "Keynes Lodge"
Property: 32, "Keynes Lodge"
No. 32 is the middle house in a row of Edwardian red-brick properties which were all built by a single builder and are very similar but with different style fronts. Similar groups of houses can be seen on Park Road, Hampton Hill. The house was completed in 1907. There have been 5 recorded sets of owners since the 1948 land registration. It has been recently renovated and many original features are intact.
From TeddSoc's 1973 Survey: Detached double-fronted 2-storey house. Brick and roughcast, tiled roof. Square bays on both floors, square glazed porch protruding, with balcony above. Smaller square bays diagonally to right on both floors. Dormer windows in roof and side elevation. Sometime known as Keynes Lodge. Attached garage.
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