Rowland Carter

Rowland Wilfred William Carter (1875-1916) was an architect, surveyor, insurance agent and auctioneer.[1] He designed and built Arts and Crafts style buildings in Cromer and wider North Norfolk area. His studio was located at Priory House, Church Street.

Works

Commercial

  • 1898 Double faced shop premises at 7 Bond Street.

Public

Private

  • 1901 Wood Dene in Cliff Avenue[2]
  • 1899 9 Bernard Road. Half timbered Villa
  • 1901 Beach Road

References

  1. ^ Aspects of Design in Cromer.Author: A. D. Boyce. Published: 2007 by North Norfolk District Council-Conservation, Design & Landscape Section.Page 78 Appendix 2: Victorian & Edwardian Architects in Cromer,
  2. ^ Cromer Preservation Society Retrieved 17 August 2013

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