Oak Villa and The Priory in Park Road
Oak Villa and The Priory in Park Road
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Oak Villa and The Priory in Park Road
This view shows two buildings believed to have been built by William Walton, a builder from Kingston who purchased the land in 1828, located in the Hampton Wick conservation area of Richmond-upon-Thames. The Priory is a group of four houses at numbers 24-30 Park Road, believed to have been directly inspired by Horace Walpole's Strawberry Hill House, nearby in Twickenham. It was Grade II listed in 1983, listing number 1065365 and has been renovated and whitewashed since this photograph was taken, with driveways created to the front. Oak Villa is a pair of semi-detached houses at numbers 32-34 and is believed to have been built in 1829 in a completely different style. It is listed locally as a Building of Townscape Merit.
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