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Numbers 20 and 22 in this listed terrace are currently being refurbished and converted back from offices into two households with private residents.
Steve Ellwood, 25 June 2016
I was evacuated here during WWII. Matron Iris Braby in charge. I remember hunting for dyed easter eggs in the garden and being taken for walks down Stella's Lane (Stella was a cow that was tethered there).
Colin E Bailey, 22 June 2016
The listed building description of this building is woefully inadequate. This building is a 5 bay. mid smoke bay cottage built around C1580. It would originally had wattle and daub panel infill and not the brick noggin seen here today, and almost certainly have been thatched.
Roland Locke, 21 June 2016
I like the way the later extensions on each end of the property are in brick, this not only enhances the limestone of the original cottage but also allows the student to read its history more easily than if they had been built of matching stone!
keith kelway, 17 June 2016
Exmouth sea wall is coming apart and appears to be do with major construction work going on in the area. check out facebook link for more details - https://www.facebook.com/groups/iloveexmouth/permalink/1263880010296445/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/iloveexmouth/ video -https://www.facebook.com/groups/iloveexmouth/permalink/1263899070294539/
mark croft, 12 June 2016
Interestingly The National Archives mention several times that this house was used as a Solicitors issuing leases and mortgages on 'measures' of land amongst other things. Dates of 1769 and others can be seen.
Sue Simpson, 11 June 2016
Hi there it was very interesting to read your comments about Milnthorpe Lodge. We've just got the keys and are ready to move in to start our chapter there. Would be really interested to see any photographs you may have or hear any more stories. Nicola
Mark and Nicola , 10 June 2016
Originally built in 1840 as the Oddfellows Hall, it later became the Mechanics Institute. It has been the Public Library since 1930.
Mike Kirby, 10 June 2016
The one photo attached to this listing shows the Station House. This is not the listed building which, instead, is the waiting room at the western end of the eastbound platform.
Andy Scott, 7 June 2016
Jerry, 6 June 2016
does the very posh Lt.Co; referred to have a double-barrelled name?
gedwards1, 6 June 2016
This building has now resumed using the name of Tortworth Court and is now an hotel and wedding venue.
, 5 June 2016