Chantry Row (built 1962, listed Grade II 1971) was designed in November 1962 and built to link Chantry Cottage to the Pantheon. It is one single storey building arranged to simulate a terrace of four houses, each painted a different colour and with dummy attic windows. Clough had toyed with the idea of building two similar rows to flank the new Piazza but only actually included the Gloriette. There is a viewpoint in front of Chantry Row which features one of the eight Ionic columns that Clough had acquired in the 1930s. Chantry Row consists of two de luxe suites: Chantry Row I (below left) has a double bedroom, bathroom and sitting room and Chantry Row II has two double bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and a central sitting room. The Onion Dome on Chantry Row was designed not only to add interest to Chantry Row but also to hide an unsightly chimney. It consists of half an octagonal turret with half dome painted green in imitation of copper. Seen from behind it is simply a facade. However, as Clough liked to point out, it was really only supposed to be seen from the front.