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Report - Ivy House - Warrington - 7th Feb 2018

EmmaUrbEx

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#1
Went to check this place out yesterday & I loved it, haven't been inside yet though but got some great photos of how the place looks outside at the moment. Enjoy....

Some History....
Ivy House
In 1901 Joseph Harrison, a retired bank manager, was living at Ivy House with his wife. By 1911 George and Elizabeth Dean, and their son William. George was born in Higher Walton and gave his occupation as a director in a firm of provision merchants. 1939: Samuel Salt Basnett who was a farmer from Preston Brook. In 1985 Harry Winstanley, formerly of Dorothy Farm Stretton, died at Ivy House aged 77. He owned Roadside Farm which was managed by Eric Parr.

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More pics of the inside coming soon ....... & maybe a video ...
 
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shaun that kid

Sandgrounder
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#2
better! if we forget the arguments of the firs post i think this post is good and hits all the boxes! but one little thing could you explain the explore and the history (if you know it) thanks!
 

EmmaUrbEx

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#3
Just found this....
Ivy House
In 1901 Joseph Harrison, a retired bank manager, was living at Ivy House with his wife. By 1911 George and Elizabeth Dean, and their son William. George was born in Higher Walton and gave his occupation as a director in a firm of provision merchants. 1939: Samuel Salt Basnett who was a farmer from Preston Brook. In 1985 Harry Winstanley, formerly of Dorothy Farm Stretton, died at Ivy House aged 77. He owned Roadside Farm which was managed by Eric Parr.


i've just found out that the house could be demolished as someone has applied for planning permission for 5 new houses to be built there. Still awaiting decision since Sept 2016 so I don't know whats happening with it. :(
 
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shaun that kid

Sandgrounder
28DL Full Member
#4
Just found this....
Ivy House
In 1901 Joseph Harrison, a retired bank manager, was living at Ivy House with his wife. By 1911 George and Elizabeth Dean, and their son William. George was born in Higher Walton and gave his occupation as a director in a firm of provision merchants. 1939: Samuel Salt Basnett who was a farmer from Preston Brook. In 1985 Harry Winstanley, formerly of Dorothy Farm Stretton, died at Ivy House aged 77. He owned Roadside Farm which was managed by Eric Parr.


i've just found out that the house could be demolished as someone has applied for planning permission for 5 new houses to be built there. Still awaiting decision since Sept 2016 so I don't know whats happening with it. :(
yeah there is an old school by me which was meant to go down a few years ago you can never trust the dates
 

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