Buildings of Historical or Architectural Interest

A Selection

Blackheath

Perceval House/Spencer House, 21 & 23 Dartmouth Row (originally a single house, c.1689)
Dartmouth House, 25 Dartmouth Row (house, c.1750)
Colonnade House, South Row (house, c.1804)
The Pagoda, Pagoda Gardens (mid-18th century summerhouse, enlarged 1840s)
Sherwell, Dartmouth Hill & Lydia House, 1 Dartmouth Grove
(pair of houses, 1776)
Grote’s Buildings (terrace, c.1760)
Lindsay House, Lloyd’s Place (house, c.1760)
Eastnor House, Lloyd’s Place (house, c.1770)
Heathfield House, 1 Eliot Place (house, c.1795)
Eliot Place (terrace, c.1800)
Montague House, 2 Dartmouth Hill (house, mid-18th cenury)

Deptford

St Paul’s Church, Deptford High Street (1717-30)
Stone House, 281 Lewisham Way (house, 1771-3)
19-31 Tanner’s Hill (terrace, early to mid-18th century)
34-40 Albury Street (terrace, c.1710)
Royal Victualling Yard buildings, Pepys Estate: Colonnade, Terrace, old Rum Warehouse (houses, offices, warehouses, c.1785)

Forest Hill

Horniman’s Museum, London Road (1897-1901)
Ashberry Cottage, 62 Honor Oak Road (house, c.1815)
Hill House, 64 Honor Oak Road (house, c.1790)
St Antholin spire, Round Hill (the upper part of the spire of Wren’s Watling Street church of 1678)

Lee

St Margaret’s Church, Lee Terrace (1839-45, enlarged from 1875)
Manor House Library, Old Road (house, 1771-2)
Pentland House, Old Road (house, c.1685)
Boone’s Almshouses Chapel, Lee High Road (c.1683)
Merchant Taylors’ Almshouses, Brandram Road (1826)

Lewisham
St Mary’s Church, Lewisham High Street (1774-7, tower c.1500)
Ladywell House (old St Mary’s Vicarage), Lewisham High Street
(1692-3)

New Cross

Deptford Town Hall, New Cross Road (1902-7)
Goldsmiths’ College, Lewisham Way (1843-5, enlarged 1907-8)

Southend

Beckenham Place, Beckenham Hill Road (house, mid-18th century?, enlarged c.1790)
Bromley Court Hotel, Coniston Road (house, c.1801-11, with later additions)
St John the Baptist church hall, Bromley Road (originally Southend Chapel, 1824)

Sydenham

The Wood, 16 Sydenham Hill (house, c.1840, with additions in 1850s & 1890s)
32 & 34 Sydenham Road (pair of houses, c.1700)

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