Sir William Powell Almshouses in Church Gate
Sir William Powell Almshouses in Church Gate
Sir William Powell Almshouses in Church Gate
Gardens and side view of the main elevation of Sir William Powell Almshouses, Church Gate, Fulham. Founded in 1680 and rebuilt in neo-Gothic style in 1869 by architect John Pollard Seddon, the buildings are Grade II* listed. The almshouses still exist; managed by the Sir Oswald Stoll Foundation, they provide 12 one bedroom flats for older women.
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