Interior of a house in Parkshot
Interior of a house in Parkshot
Record No
163153
Title
Interior of a house in Parkshot
Description
The terrace of early-eighteenth-century houses at 4-6 Parkshot, located in the Central Richmond conservation area of the Borough, was Grade II listed in 1968, listing number 1357756. During the twentieth century, they served as the entrance of the Salem Baptist Church, which occupied the site to the rear of these buildings until it moved to Windsor Road, Kew, in 1973. The chapel, warehouse, stable buildings, and rear extensions were demolished during the late 1970s and the front elevations restored to something more like their original appearance. This view is believed to show part of the staircase of number 4, with some detail of the balustrade spindles.
Date of execution
1975
Section
London Metropolitan Archives
Collection
LCC Photograph Library
Medium
photograph
Catalogue No
SC_PHL_01_688_75_5917
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