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The Builder Heritage Journal   | 26 April 1902

Illustration—Wembley Estate Social Club Architecture

Wembley Estate Social Club frontage
illustration  Wembley Estate Social Club frontage

This clubhouse was designed by Mr. Frank H. Jackson, architect, to be the social meeting place of the estate residents—ladies and gentlemen—with a drawing-room and dining-room for the former, dining-room, billiard and smoking rooms for the latter, and at the rear a large ballroom or concert-hall, with music gallery and conservatory, for general private use.

The first floor is divided into two parts—bedrooms for ladies and gentlemen, who may be friends of the members. Provision for steward's offices, etc., arranged.

Wembley Estate Social Club Ground plan
illustration  Wembley Estate Social Club ground plan
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