The listed houses in this road form part of the original Bedford Park development circa
1875 to 85. Picturesque style, mostly three storeys, red brick and tile, gable and dormers.
Plain brick elevation with ground floor bay. Has modillion timber cornice to eaves instead
of parapet. Two hipped dormers , flat door hoods.
Examples: 50 to 68 Bath Road (60 and 62 are separate).
Fence: probably a low close boarded fence, radiused at junctions with oak posts, with a
panel and turned posts style gate (type C). See Berry F Berry’s lithograph looking east
down Bath Road and early postcard of Chiswick School of Art c: 1920 ( J.C.G.)
End-of-terrace two-bay two-storey brick terrace-of-five with dormer attic, built c.1879 by
F. K. Barnes to a design attributed to E. J. May. Rectangular on plan, facing Bath Road
to north. Pitched red clay tile roof, roll-top ridge tiles; party wall has cement-rendered
brick verges with rowlock-course caps, red brick Flemish-bonded chimneystack to ridge
with stepped stringcourse, chimneycap, red clay tapering chimneypots; painted masonry
modillioned cornice to eaves, half-round uPVC gutters; dormers have hipped tile roof, round ridge and hip tiles, vertically hung tile dormer walling, painted timber cornice,
tripartite two-light casement windows. Square-headed window openings, ovolo-moulded
painted timber cornices, canted bay to ground floor, painted timber mullion-and-transom
windows (tripartite above canted windows) consisting of top-hung two-light over sidehung
six-light. Square-headed entrance opening, moulded painted timber flat-headed
canopy, carved brackets, moulded three fielded panel door, painted masonry threshold.
Set back from road by brick dwarf wall, tiled patio, steel gate.