Homerton College and its Buildings

Set in twenty acres of well-maintained gardens, lawns and parkland, the earliest buildings date from the 1870's and are in Victorian gothic style with a single high battlemented tower five storeys high. The south front in 'collegesque' redbrick and pale stone is a long imposing structure with high Hall gable and rose window at its apex.

Set back from the road is the creeper-clad entrance of 1903, which leads to some of the finest principal rooms all decorated to a high standard with oil paintings in post-impressionist style. Opposite the old college and complementing it are newer buildings of the late twentieth century also in sympathetic red brick and pale stone. Square lawns and terraces create a sense of space and informal grandeur.   >> Click for page 2 of 2 <<


Contact:
Alison WalkerTel: 01223 507122
Homerton CollegeFax: 01223 507120
Hills Road
Cambridge CB2 2PH
Email: ajw228@cam.ac.uk
Web: www.homerton.cam.ac.uk

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