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THORNTON ORANGERY, NOTRE DAME ESTATE, CLAPHAM

THORNTON ORANGERY, NOTRE DAME ESTATE, CLAPHAM

The former Orangery of the Thornton mansion, was built in 1793 from Portland stone with Coade stone decoration and originally had glazed double sashes to protect plants. In 1851 the estate was bought by an order of Belgian Catholic nuns and run as a convent school. In 1939 the sisters left and the estate became derelict until the Notre Dame council housing estate was built on the site in 1947-52.
Details
Collection:Department of Town Planning
Image type:Photograph
Artist:Newbery
Ref:08352
Identifier:LBL/DTP/UD/2/1/7/135
Date:c.1970

#1951 - 1975  #BUILDINGS / ARCHITECTURE  #CLAPHAM  #COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY  #Department of Town Planning  #Photograph  #TRADE 

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