The White House
In about 1897, Gimson was commissioned to design a house in Clarendon Park, Leicester for his half brother, Arthur.
Art work details
- Gimson Architecture
It was an expensive plot costing £1000, about as much as the house itself. By this date Gimson had been living at Pinbury, Gloucestershire for three or four years and the White House has something of the feel of a Cotswold farm house.