Winnington Road begins with a group of houses - the four immediately before Ingram Avenue - built by Robert Hart and designed by W T Powell in Soutar's office. They repeat the ripe Georgian vocabulary of Ken Wood Close are still carefully linked by garage walls in the Unwin tradition. Further along Winnington Road, Spaniard's Mount is a vigorous, if rather loud, essay in the later manner of Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, designed by his brother, Adrian Gilbert Scott, as his own home. It has a big recessed balcony over the front door and curious blocky stone vases. Hornbeams was the third house designed for himself by C H James (1936).
Beyond Holne Chase, Brook House on the left is a fine restrained mansion in greyish-brown brick, with pantiles. It is set back behind a forecourt, giving it considerable presence. Orchard Lea (number 19), another house of the Soutar type, is another moment of real distinction until Lyttelton Road is reached next to the green-roofed houses by James.