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Iv since removed the briar cottage sign as the lady who lives next door to me used to live here and said that she put the sign up when she lived here only 10 years ago, so briar cottage was not its original name hmmmm
Hi ...the plans definitely look different but I cant see how it was one house because the adjoining house to the one that im buying has an entry in between mine and theirs so why would you build an entry for access to both gardens if it was one house ......but you might have a point and the...
I had this come through from my solicitor yesterday and this is referring to access rights probably to a side entrance shared with a neighbour , looks like it was I 1963 ....so yes this ties William wheeler to the property as well as your find , so it looks like the wheelers were there until...
There is a cobblers cottage about 10 doors up that actually was a working shoe repairer, theres also a Westfield Cottage too that I noticed. I get what you are saying though that were not sure whether these are the original names of the cottages or just ones that people have made up