Plate 71
The Alexander estate.

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English Heritage

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Hermione Hobhouse (General Editor)

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1986

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71

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'Plate 71: The Alexander estate.', Survey of London: volume 42: Kensington Square to Earl's Court (1986), pp. 71. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50410 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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Alexander Estate

a. Nos. 1-14 Ashburn Gardens (demolished and No. 111 Cromwell Road in 1962.


The Alexander estate.

Plate 71a: The Alexander estate.
Nos. 1-14 Ashburn Gardens (demolished and No. 111 Cromwell Road in 1962.

No. 111, center and right, built by William Jackson, 1875; Nos. 1-14, left, by John Wilkins, 1875-8 (p. 174)

b. Nos. 103-109 (odd) Cromwell Road (left to right) in 1969.


The Alexander estate.

Plate 71b: The Alexander estate.
Nos. 103-109 (odd) Cromwell Road (left to right) in 1969.

walter Graves, architect, J. R. and W. H. Roberts, builders, 1875-7 (pp. 174-5). Demolished

c. Nos. 120-126 (even) Gloucester Road (right to left) in 1984.


The Alexander estate.

Plate 71c: The Alexander estate.
Nos. 120-126 (even) Gloucester Road (right to left) in 1984.

J. T. Wimperis, architect, Aldin and Sons, builders, 1872-3 (p. 173)

d. Nos. 108-112 (even) Cromwell Road (right to left) in 1983.


The Alexander estate.

Plate 71d: The Alexander estate.
Nos. 108-112 (even) Cromwell Road (right to left) in 1983.

J. T. Wimperis, architect, Cook and Green, builders, 1875-6 (p. 171-2).