House Histories

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Page link: Addlestone Cottages
Addlestone Cottages
Charity Cottages located in Chiswick End
Page link: Allerton Terrace
Allerton Terrace
Railway Cottages built by GNR in 1910 to house railway employees
Page link: Bramble Cottage in Whitecroft Road
Bramble Cottage in Whitecroft Road
originally Kitts Cottage dating from the 18thC
Page link: Chiswick Farm Cottages
Chiswick Farm Cottages
Originally two cottages used to house farm workers. They have now been knocked into one.
Page link: Congregational Chapel
Congregational Chapel
High Street
Page link: Donkey Hall
Donkey Hall
A group of four cottages located near the corner of Kneesworth and Whaddon Roads
Page link: Emilie Agnes Elin Almshouses
Emilie Agnes Elin Almshouses
130-134 High Street
Page link: Fordham's Cottage, Chiswick End
Fordham's Cottage, Chiswick End
From a tiny thatched cottage to a huge family house
Page link: Keys Cottage, High Street
Keys Cottage, High Street
A Description of the cottage, garden, orchard, meadow and copse
Page link: Longmead - 90 High Street
Longmead - 90 High Street
formerly The Limes, High Street, Meldreth
Page link: Meldreth Court
Meldreth Court
- originally called The Marvells
Page link: Orchard Cottage on Station Road
Orchard Cottage on Station Road
...and a brief look at Sheene Cottage
Page link: Orchard Dene
Orchard Dene
62 High Street
Page link: Sheene Manor House
Sheene Manor House
and Sheene Farm
Page link: Temple House on the High Street
Temple House on the High Street
A Grade II Listed Building
Page link: The Gables
The Gables
Scene of a murder in 1904
Page link: The Old Vicarage
The Old Vicarage
North End
Page link: The Warren in North End
The Warren in North End
Mortlocks, Sir... thousands of 'em*