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8a Hills Avenue

Keelson, 8a Hills Avenue

Notes on Keelson 8a Hills Avenue Cambridge

Pevsner writes in Cambridgeshire (2014) p. 331:

A delightful single-storey house of 1960-1 by the Danish architect Erik Sorenson, for Olga Kennard and her husband. Like so many bespoke post-war houses it has a defensive aspect to the street. A standard module determines the plan, which with the use of slende dark-brown timbering gives a fortuitously Japanese effect. The living room lies between an inner turfed courtyard and the more spacious back garden. Entrance wing and living-room wing are connected by bedrooms and a book-lined gallery.


More information on this listed building, built in 1960-1 and designed by architect Eric Soerenson, can be found here:

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1375672

http://www.cambridge2000.com/cambridge2000/html/addendum/P1139861.html

 

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