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The Page Estate

Categories: Property

Housing Estate in Eltham.  Inaugurated by the then Minister of Health, Christopher Addison. The photograph is an aerial view of the estate taken in 1931.

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

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
The Page Estate

Creations Information

Andrew Gibb drinking fountain and shelter

{On the (non-working) drinking fountain, on the top surface on the north side...

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Elm House

Elm House

Birthplace of William Morris. The family moved from here to Woodford Hall in 1840. The 1890s drawing is by Edmund Hort New (1871 - 1931).

Place, Property

1 memorial
Charlton House

Charlton House

Regarded as the best-preserved Jacobean house in Greater London. It was built by the crown to house Sir Adam Newton and his royal charge, Prince Henry, the son of King James I. The interior feature...

Building, Property, Royalty

1 memorial
R. J. Rowley Ltd

R. J. Rowley Ltd

Building firm active in 1933.

Group, Property

1 memorial
Holland House

Holland House

The house, built in 1605 for Sir Walter Cope, was originally surrounded by a large estate. By the time it was bought by Henry Fox, first Baron Holland, in 1768 it still extended westwards as far as...

Building, Property

2 memorials
Bartram House

Bartram House

This Georgian house was on The Green, Hampstead, in an area now occupied by the west-most part of the Hampstead Royal Free Hospital. It was Sir Rowland Hill's home for 30 years, during which time S...

Building, Property

1 memorial