Albion House in Park Road
Albion House in Park Road
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Albion House in Park Road
This view shows the cottages known as Albion House at 47-49 Park Road in the Hampton Wick conservation area of Richmond-upon-Thames. They are believed to have been built in 1850 by Thomas Dale and are listed locally as a Building of Townscape Merit. The adjacent cottage with the prominent front at number 51 is believed to have been added in around 1861, infilling the space between Albion and Ivy Cottage and, although having a narrow frontage, is significantly wider at the rear being built on a fan-shaped plot. It doesn't appear to be listed and has modern glazing to the ground floor. It may originally have had a shop front as it was then occupied by William Dorey, a boot and shoe maker. A Mini Traveller can also be seen parked in the road.
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