The July Historic Building Calendar

Victorian – Bedford Park, London -
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Bedford Park is regarded as the prototype for later garden suburbs and was conceived by Jonathan Carr, who in 1875 bought 24 acres of land adjacent to the newly built Turnham Green station 30 minutes from the City. The well regarded Victorian architect Richard Norman Shaw was responsible for a number of house types at Bedford Park, and was succeeded by his pupil and protégé Edward J May. In 1880 May designed this terrace of four houses with their distinctive Dutch gables and shell-shaped porches. The terrace is today listed Grade II and Bedford Park is designated as a Conservation Area.

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