Fortis Green, N10 3EA
Grade 2 Listed. Built 1907 by Herbert and William Collins in an arts and craft style. Red and grey/brown brick elevations with tiled roof and dressings.
Three stories high. Symmetrical elevation with gables and alternating bays. Central and alternating bays in grey/brown brick set between chimney stacks in similar brick with a patterned band of red brick and buff tiles at ground floor level. Red brick arch above the recessed entrances. Canted bay windows with sash windows. Timber doors with timber small pained windows. Continuous band of timber casements at first and second floor with tile hanging between the stories under a low eaves. Cast iron balcony to top floor. Corner has Pebble Dash render feature.
Considered good example of Edwardian flat design the architects WJ and William Collins were also responsible for the nearby Birchwood mansions of 1907 which has many similar elements.