A set of colourful house facades. Each different, set apart by their pastel shades. Some of the window sills have iron decorations, others are plain and simple. The yellow house even has some plants outside the windows, while the curtains are drawn across the light grey house’s windows.
Despite these differences, there is something curiously uniform about these six house fronts. This pretty row sits very close to my home in Hammersmith, west London. The houses prompt you to stop and look at their genteel, candied loveliness.
Wingate Road also has another gem on the corner – a lovely pub called the Anglesea Arms. You might call this a traditional local watering hole, which is something to be cherished in the midst of a big city.