Perrycroft, Colwall, Herefordshire, . II* House. Begun 1893 and dated 1895 by C F A Voysey for J Wilson, MP, a railway magnate, in 'eclectic' Arts and Crafts and incipient Art Nouveau styles. Roughcast, grey slate 45 degree hipped roof with tapered finials to 2 hip junctions, deep eaves supported by slender iron brackets, 5 stacks 3 of which are battered and one punctured by an arch. 'U' plan, service wing in longer north-east arm, the bottom of the 'U' is the garden fro
CHARLES F.A. VOYSEY (English): The Orchard, Chorley Wood, Hertfordshire, UK. 1900. In addition to his buildings, Voysey designed wallpapers, fabrics and furnishings in a simple Arts & Crafts manner. He died in Winchester, England in 1941. LINK for more.