Further designs for theoretical changes to the house (as built in 1801), c. 1806 (3)
Drawings 229 to 231 show show less drastic alteration to the original design than the former six drawings. However, although the form of the existing house remains much the same, the office wing shown in drawing 229 differs from the built version and includes a porch entrance framed by two columns.
As with the former group of drawings, it is difficult to date these three precisely but they are similar in appearance, and as drawings 229 and 230 bear 1804 and 1805 water marks respectivly, they must certainly date to the post-completion period. It is likely that they date to 1806 when Soane seemed to have revisited his design for Pitzhanger.