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Sheffield, Ranmoor Park Road, West Lea

Webster designed many houses in Ranmoor during the busiest phase of its development in the 1870s. These included substantial houses such as West Lea (1870) and Ranfall (1871) in Ranmoor Park Road, both still conservatively classicalGlossary Term. He also designed cheaper, speculative housing at Ranmoor Terrace, Fulwood Road (1876). Two contrasting examples of his skill in handling differing scale and style are the ItalianateGlossary Term Lodge (1874) on Ranmoor Road and his extensions to 17th century Totley Hall.