Cottages in Park Road
Cottages in Park Road
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Cottages in Park Road
This view shows a row of cottages on the south side of Park Road at the centre of the historic village of Hampton Wick in the correspondingly named conservation area of Richmond-upon-Thames. Most are believed to have been built during the mid-nineteenth century and are listed locally as Buildings of Townscape Merit. Nearest to the right of view at 27-29 is Laurel Cottage, a pair of four-room houses, one having its entrance to the rear of the building, built in 1858 by John Wright. The row of cottages at 19-25 is Beaumont Cottage, built by John's brother Edward in 1850 and named after his wife Sarah Beaumont James. Beyond is Myrtle Cottages at 15-17. A row of no less than three Morris Travellers, apparently in different colours, can be seen parked in the road, together with an Austin 1100 beyond.
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