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Showing detail of corner structural design of Broad Leys designed by C Vosey & completed in 1898 .....via mahala knight

Showing detail of corner structural design of Broad Leys designed by C Vosey & completed in 1898 .....via mahala knight

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Beaconsfield

Holly Mount by American Vintage Home, via Flickr (C.F.A. Voysey)

Holly Mount by American Vintage Home, via Flickr (C.F.A. Voysey)

voysey drawings - Google Search

voysey drawings - Google Search

BROAD LEYS Ghyll Head, near Cartmel Fell, Lake Windermere, Cumbria. 1898-1900 For Arthur Currer Briggs. 1899 design for a free-standing lodge. 1900 design for stables. Broad Leys is now the Windermere Motor Boat Club Roughcast with stone dressings, hipped slate roof. L-plan, west range looks west over Lake Windermere, with north service range. One storey with attic. Dripcourse over ground floor and wide eaves with gutters on slender curved brackets. East, entrance facade of 3 bays; 2nd bay…

BROAD LEYS Ghyll Head, near Cartmel Fell, Lake Windermere, Cumbria. 1898-1900 For Arthur Currer Briggs. 1899 design for a free-standing lodge. 1900 design for stables. Broad Leys is now the Windermere Motor Boat Club Roughcast with stone dressings, hipped slate roof. L-plan, west range looks west over Lake Windermere, with north service range. One storey with attic. Dripcourse over ground floor and wide eaves with gutters on slender curved brackets. East, entrance facade of 3 bays; 2nd bay…

The Orchard, Chorleywood - This is the front door to The Orchard, designed and built by C F A Voysey as his own home in 1899. Voysey's expansive adaptation of the English country cottage was his home until 1906 during which time he commuted to his office in Baker St. on the Metropolitan line from Chorleywood.

The Orchard, Chorleywood - This is the front door to The Orchard, designed and built by C F A Voysey as his own home in 1899. Voysey's expansive adaptation of the English country cottage was his home until 1906 during which time he commuted to his office in Baker St. on the Metropolitan line from Chorleywood.

View of the property from the rear garden.

View of the property from the rear garden.

Yearnor Mill, originally part of the Ashley Combe Estate, where Mary, Countess Lovelace's alterations to her estate cottages were inspired by her friend, the architect CFA Voysey.

Yearnor Mill, originally part of the Ashley Combe Estate, where Mary, Countess Lovelace's alterations to her estate cottages were inspired by her friend, the architect CFA Voysey.

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