SONNING - 1936
Edna Walling's rebuilt home after the fire that destroyed Sonning 1.

Two storeys with rustic stone on the lower level and dark stained shingles on upper gable ends, simple multi-paned casement windows and prominent stone chimneys. In the north-east corner, the L-shaped forms contain a pergola'd patio, now overhung with wisteria. There is a lage and relatively recent extension to the west and south-west which draws inspiration in both materials and building forms, from the original cottage.