No. 11, Park Village West, Camden, London. Listed Building. The office of John Nash. c.1834-37. Photograph and text 2008 by Jacqueline Banerjee. [You may use this image without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose as long as you (1) credit the photographer and (2) link your document to this URL or cite it in a print document.]
This house is described as "rectangular in plan with lateral projections" and as being "covered with a simple hipped roof." Above the ground floor's balconied sash windows are another three which have "semi-circular heads with an interrupted band at sill level and a continuous one at the height of the springing." Roberts and Godfrey conclude, "The whole design is unusual and effective." The property was leased to a certain Adam Duff in 1836. From the peerage, it would seem that this was the Adam Duff (1800-1870) who was born into a noble Scottish family but married in Marylebone in 1830 (the marriage was recorded in the Gentleman's Magazine). The couple already had three children by this time.
- Houses in Park Village West
- No. 8, Park Village West, Camden, London, by the office of John Nash
- No. 10, Park Village West, by the office of John Nash
- No. 12, Park Village West, by the office of John Nash
- No. 14, Park Village West, by the office of John Nash
- No. 17, Park Village West, by the office of John Nash
- Park Village East, by the office of John Nash
Camden Council. "Listed Building Details". Viewed 28 May 2008.
"A Genealogical Survey of the Peerage of Britian and the Royal Families of Europe." Viewed 28 May 2008.
Roberts, J. R. Howard, and Walter H. Godfrey, eds. "Park Village West." Survey of London, Vol. 21 (1949). British History Online. Viewed 28 May 2008.
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