Abingdon, 18 Dorset Road: Fireplace in the hall
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|Partial / Incomplete Date||c.1899|
|Copyright 1||H G Quartermaine|
|Notes / History||Abingdon was the home of Henry Quartermaine.
The first such architect of major importance appointed by John Innes was Henry Goodall Quartermain, who lived in Merton Park, and was largely responsible for the houses designed between 1873 and 1903. Much of his work was in the "Queen Anne" and "Domestic Revival" styles. Typical features are tile hanging, half timbering, canted and multi-storey bays, gables and bargeboards.