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Report - Terrace house, Crewe, Cheshire, May 2019


Joshrowlands

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History; not too sure of the history of this place. It is a 20’s/30’s typical end of terrace house in an area near Crewe. It seems the owners have both passed away and for whatever reason the house has not been looked after by the people who have inherited it.

The explore; the house is on a busy residential street and is the end of a row of 6 terraced houses. This makes for a strange explore because word has it that the people next door don’t appreciate explorers and tend to “look after” the house. Being quiet was key here as on one side of the house all the walls are neighbouring the house next door. The house just seems to of been left and does not look like it has been updated since the 50’s. It seems the husband was in the war from some of the family photos. There is so much to see here and so many belongings including clothes. An interesting little explore, although it is only a 2 bedroom house there is so many belongings in there to rummage through (and put back). I don’t want to disclose the location of this because it would be a shame to see it ruined. I think (and hope) I’m the first person on here to post a report about this place. Enjoy!

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Joshrowlands

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Tempted on the paper? You remove things? Seriously?
Never removed anything from an explore. I was simply saying the newspaper from 1937 was very tempting as it’s an amazing piece of history. Enjoy the report instead of jumping to conclusions, good day :).
 

grindle

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Never removed anything from an explore. I was simply saying the newspaper from 1937 was very tempting as it’s an amazing piece of history. Enjoy the report instead of jumping to conclusions, good day :).
I suggest Then don’t leave posts open to interpretation “out of respect for the owners “ hmm? Cheers there are a lot of impressionable youngsters on this site who may gat the wrong impression, will park it here
 

Joshrowlands

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I suggest Then don’t leave posts open to interpretation “out of respect for the owners “ hmm? Cheers there are a lot of impressionable youngsters on this site who may gat the wrong impression, will park it here
Everything is open to interpretation. If youngsters get the wrong impression it is neither my concern or problem. I have not disclosed this location to ensure that it doesn’t get trashed by youth and I have not stated it’s okay to take belongings from houses. As I said previously, enjoy the post and move on.
 

xexxa

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Bloody love this. Hate that awful 50s fireplace though! Not from the 30s btw, more 1880s. Loved the coronation special! Great find!
 

Joshrowlands

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Bloody love this. Hate that awful 50s fireplace though! Not from the 30s btw, more 1880s. Loved the coronation special! Great find!
Really that old? That’s cool, I knew it must be old as the toilet was separate from the house and 30’s was a guess. Thank you!
 

xexxa

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Regular User
Really that old? That’s cool, I knew it must be old as the toilet was separate from the house and 30’s was a guess. Thank you!
Really? That’s very rare now. Fireplaces and details above front door were a giveaway. Art Deco had come in by the 1930s
 

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