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Red House (Bexley)

The Red House is a historic building at Bexley.

It is situated in Red House Lane.

The house was commissioned by William Morris, and designed and built in 1859 by his friend and colleague , the architect Philip Webb.

It is strongly influenced by Gothic mediaeval architecture, and constructed wherever possible using natural materials.

Withing the house there are furnishings by both Morris and Webb, and also glass by Edward Burne-Jones.

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