Park End House in Park Road
Park End House in Park Road
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Park End House in Park Road
90 Park Road, also known as Park End House, was built in 1879 by Robert Sivers, possibly remodelling part of a former house occupying the same footprint built by Samuel Hampton in 1808. Overlooking an expanse of allotment gardens beyond the boundary road to the south-east of Bushy Park, it is listed locally as a Building of Townscape Merit in the Hampton Wick conservation area of Richmond-upon-Thames. The somewhat unsightly concrete lamp post in this view has since been replaced and moved across to the corner boundary. The builder's initials and date are just visible in the stucco above the front door.
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