Background  
   

The Close is a group of houses in Nailsea, North Somerset that was designed by the Architect Robert Maclaren Love for H. W. Pippett in 1933. Evident in the design is the influence of the Arts and Crafts movement characterised by vernacular work by Architects such as Edwin Lutyens and Voysey.

 

   
  The houses group as originally intended. View from the South Front.
   

Pippett commissioned Love to design 6 houses for rent. Love's design consisted of two detached and four terraced houses in a symmetrical layout.

The Close NE Front
   
  View from the North East Rear

 

 
 
 
                   
     
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