Red House Gardens, London
Red House an Arts and Craft property with gardens once home to William Morris
Red House and Garden was commissioned by William Morris in 1859 and designed by Philip Webb, Red House is of enormous international significance in the history of domestic architecture and garden design. The garden was designed to "clothe" the house with a series of sub-divided areas, which still exist. House and garden now provide an oasis in an suburban environment.
The House will be of great interest to all William Morris ( founder of the Arts and Crafts movement) followers with some of his most famous designs. The furniture also reflects his style.
National Trust Red House and Garden 2017 open from 1 March. Details are on the Red House website.
Open BH Mondays.
- Street: Red House Lane
- Postcode: DA6 8JF
- City: Bexleyheath, London
- Country: United Kingdom
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