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Houses Crawley End and Hertford Lane

Here you can see details of some of the houses in Crawley End.  They should appear in order as if you were walking down Crawley End starting at the northern end by Mill Causeway and heading south towards The Green.  As we have details of more of the houses they will be added here in due course.  If you think your house has an interesting history and you would like to see it appear here then please let us know!

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Dormers cottage

Dormers cottage

Dormers cottage which sits at the top of Crawley End, on what used to be known as Petts Corner, has seen many changes in it’s time.  The view above was probably taken as recently as the 1960s when it still appears to have been two cottages.   Note the sideways...
Rose Cottage

Rose Cottage

Rose Cottage, Crawley End.  This cottage is still connected to Ramblers next door as the original two cottages and Rose Cottage retains its south facing front door.  In the photograph above you can see both Ramblers and Rose Cottage.  Fred Davies who has lived in...
Phoenix Cottage

Phoenix Cottage

The photograph above was taken around 1970.  You can see the more modern house of Whitebeams just to the right of Pheonix cottage.  The black barn in front has long gone and now the cottage is next to the Engleric estate of five houses. Above this photograph is from...
Primrose Cottage

Primrose Cottage

This view of Primrose Cottage could be as recent as the late 1970s and is probably no older than the 1960s. There is a modern rotary type clothes lines in front of the window far left. The lean-to conservatory and the corrugated steel entrance porch has been...
Mapletons Chrishall

Mapletons Chrishall

Mapletons is a thatched cottage set back from the road of Crawley End on the right hand side when heading north of the village. Unusally for the village this cottage faces west.  Most of the old cottages faced south to catch the sun but Mapletons is next to a small...
Cobblers Cottage

Cobblers Cottage

Cobblers circa 1960: despite the run down appearance the main cottage appears to be in reasonable repair although the rendering appears to have been recently made good. This property’s appearance is quite different now and the thatched annex, which was the shoe...
Wire Farm

Wire Farm

Wire Farm c 1914.    Chapel Cottage is in the distance and the Chapel itself can just be seen on the left. The pond appears muddy and the slipway approach to it is clearly visible.  The pond would have been very useful to the farm for washing down carts as well as...
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