Cottage Hulton Park Estate belonging to Sir William Hulton Bart
RECENT DESIGNS IN DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE - The detached cottage, of which we give a view and plan above, has been built on the Hulton Park Estate, belonging to Sir William Hulton, Bart. It is beautifully situated and is planned with the intention of obtaining a commanding view of the park grounds. The materials used are chiefly from the locality, stone slabs from adjoining disused farm buildings being chosen for the roofs, and hand- made buff tinted bricks for all external elevations. The woodwork likewise has been obtained from timber felled on the estate. The plan is so contrived as to get a good living room with recess; and the drawing room, which leads out of the hall, overlooks a charming portion of the estate. There are five good bedrooms, with bath and lavatory accommodation provided.
1906-1908 753 Manchester Road Westhoughton Bolton
The pair of semi-detached cottages illustrated on this page are situated on the main highway leading from Chorley to Manchester, and have just been completed at a cost of £1,200. These too have an excellent view of the Hulton Park grounds, and the materials have likewise been obtained locally; but in this case stucco and cement have been used for the external elevation. The architect of these three houses is Mr. George E. Tonge, of Southport.
Houses may have been designed and built in 1906