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Willow House, Conduit Head Road

History of of Willow House, Conduit Head Road

Listed Building

1932 by George Checkley. White-painted render to reinforced concrete structure. Flat bitumenised roof behind parapet. Plan: International Modern style house of 2 storeys with study on right (west) and kitchen and services on left (east) with split-level one-and-a-half storey hall/living room at centre with bedroom over rising above flat roof terraces. Later single storey extension on right (west).


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