Building    From 1773 

Eagle House - Clapham

Categories: Property

Country house built by Benjamin Bond, when Clapham was fashionable for out-of-town residences. After 1889 the estate was sold and the main house and many of the other buildings were pulled down. The picture source website has lots of pictures and information.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Eagle House - Clapham

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Eagle House - Clapham

Eagle House built 1773. The surviving south wing refurbished 2008. The Clapha...

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