London Rambles: Cottages

You may be surprised at how many old cottages there are in the area covered by the London Tube network. Half-timbered, terraced, some with traditional front gardens, others with barely room for a few pots. I've also included almshouses and Victorian lodges, which have a charm of their own.
.Almshouses in Ickenham, UK. They were built in 1857

.Almshouses in Ickenham, UK. They were built in 1857

.Cottage tucked away in Kentish Town, London

.Cottage tucked away in Kentish Town, London

.Cottages tucked away in Kentish Town, London

.Cottages tucked away in Kentish Town, London

Cottages at Crooked Billet, Wimbledon, London.

Cottages at Crooked Billet, Wimbledon, London.

Early 19th century Strathearn Cottages in Totteridge, UK

Early 19th century Strathearn Cottages in Totteridge, UK

This Victorian Gothic Revival was originally the lodge to Copped Hall in Totteridge, UK

This Victorian Gothic Revival was originally the lodge to Copped Hall in Totteridge, UK

Day's Almshouses (1828) in Edgware, UK

Day's Almshouses (1828) in Edgware, UK

Michel's Almshouses (1811) in Richmond UK

Michel's Almshouses (1811) in Richmond UK

Georgian Cottages near the Thames in Richmond, UK

Georgian Cottages near the Thames in Richmond, UK

Ebenezer Cottages (1834), Chesham, UK

Ebenezer Cottages (1834), Chesham, UK

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