1–8 Collingham Gardens

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1–8 Collingham Gardens

1–8 Collingham Gardens are eight Grade II* listed houses in Collingham Gardens in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London.[1] The houses were built by the firm of Ernest George and Peto between 1883 and 1888.[2] Architecturally, they are representative of late-Victorian individualism.[2]

No 1 Collingham Gardens is a corner house with three frontages, including one on Bolton Gardens.[3] Originally styled "The House of the Seven Gables", The British Architect noted in 1886 that it was "English in character of composition and detail".[3]

No 4 and No 5 Collingham Gardens are Flemish in architectural treatment.[2]

Nos 6, 7, and 8 on the northern end of Collingham Gardens feature tall Dutch gables,[2] which have been called "particularly fine specimens".[4]


  1. ^ Historic England. "Details from listed building database (1358133)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 26 July 2014.
  2. ^ a b c d Hobhouse, Hermione, ed. (1986). "The work of Ernest George and Peto in Harrington and Collingham Gardens". Survey of London: Volume 42, Kensington Square To Earl's Court. London County Council. pp. 184–195 – via British History Online.
  3. ^ a b "Houses in Collingham Gardens". The British Architect: 245–246. 12 March 1886 – via Google Books.
  4. ^ Partridge, Chris (6 November 2005). "Learning curves: KNOW YOUR DUTCH GABLES: A weekly guide to the language of architecture". The Observer. Retrieved 5 August 2022 – via Gale OneFile.

Coordinates: 51°29′30″N 0°11′14″W / 51.4917°N 0.1873°W / 51.4917; -0.1873