Wilton Lodge, originally Wilton Cottage, on the corner of Bedford Place and Carlton Crescent, was built in c.1820 for John Curtis. The architect was probably Samuel Toomer, who built Carlton Lodge next door and many of the houses in Carlton Crescent. Toomer lived at Wilton Lodge until his death in 1842. For most of the 20th century the house was the premises of H. J. Klitz, piano workshop. It is now used as offices. It is Grade II listed.

Wilton Lodge

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Photograph, c.1941

Wilton Lodge

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Photograph, c.2000

Further reading:

Southampton’s Historic Buildings, by R. J. Coles, p22. (HS/k)


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