Architectural plan of Wormbridge in Herefordshire, the seat of Edward Chee
Medium: Ink on paper
Plan of Wormbridge House in Herefordshire. Little is known of this house but it is thought that it was pulled down in 1798. There is a short description of the house in Pevsner’s book ‘The Buildings of England’, and from this we can deduce that the building was a brick farmhouse, with a symmetrical front with three gables. The façade was an overlay over Jacobean work and in the yard was an 18th century brick Dovecote.