© Norman Wigg
THE HOMEWOOD, PORTSMOUTH ROAD
ESHER, ELMBRIDGE, SURREY
05 June 2006
28 January 1971
Date of last amendment:
28 January 1971
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TQ 16SW BOROUGH OF ELMBRIDGE PORTSMOUTH ROAD
5/357 The Homewood
House. 1938-9 by Patrick Gwynne in Modern Style. Brick, mosaic tiling over
concrete below, concrete and glass above, flat concrete roofs. L shaped main
block with principal rooms on upper floor to left, service wing to right connected
by staircase hall. 2 storeys. Entrance front: projecting wing to left on concrete
piers and central round mosaic pier with saucer lights supporting first floor over
the driveway. Vertical plate glass sliding window to first floor, 2 on right side
of wing, 4 on the left. Board door in stainless steel and glass block surround to
centre of recessed ground floor wall. Range to right with projecting wing to end
separated by vertical louvred fence. Continuous glass panels to first floor,
planked garage doors to ground floor. Right hand return front: exterior staircase
with iron balustrade from first floor. Left hand return front : continuous window
band to first floor with two balcony recesses.
Rear: Glazed and panelled first floor over brick piers on ground floor.