This collection of three storey 'villas' (developed by Haymills) is tucked away behind hedges and up slopes, hidden from public view. There is something Viennese about Lawns Court, with shades of Karl Marx Hof and Isokon in the detailing, and an uncompromising 'gothic' feel quite unlike any of its contemporaries. The different buildings are in various states of loved-ness: some are sparkling white but with sad new windows. Others retain an earthy grey feel; and the landscape is either untended or pristine, depending on the block. The front doors at ground floor are painted brightly and have subtly wrought fanlights. But it is the common stairs and balustrade which mark out these unusual pavilions: sweeping funnel stairs are prominent features on elevation and the balustrade curves extravagantly in two planes as it reaches the door.