Dixcot in North Drive
Dixcot in North Drive
Record No
127327
Title
Dixcot in North Drive
Description
View of the left-hand side of the front elevation of Dixcot, a detached house at 8 North Drive, Streatham, looking south across the flower bed in the front garden. Dixcot was built in 1901 by the architect Charles Voysey as a family home in the Arts and Crafts style. At some point it became a children’s home, when the London County Council (LCC) operated a Special Home for Girls, aged 11 to 15 years old. The house is now once again a private residence. A Jaguar XJ6 is just visible parked on the horseshoe drive in front of a hedge as well as Austin 1100 seen being driven into the garage with, what appears to be, silver jubilee bunting above. The house is Grade II* listed, listing number 1065512.
Date of execution
1978
Section
London Metropolitan Archives
Collection
LCC Photograph Library
Medium
photograph
Catalogue No
SC_PHL_01_420_N73153
London picture map location
Exact
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