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    Default Tuebrook.

    They say an Englishman's home is his Castle and some of these fine properties of architectural character bear that out more than most. These can be found on Sandringham Road in Tuebrook.


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    They are unusual aren't they ! I always used to look at them when I walked over that way.

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    Great photos Ged - the first building is like a castle
    It is Accomplished

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    I remember walking past these as a kid trying to imagine the lives and scenes that were played out in them. Sometimes I wonder whether or not the gangs who walk past them now are thinking the same thing?

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    Just thought this might be of interest in dating houses within 5 years give or take.

    http://www.bricksandbrass.co.uk/houseage/ageform.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by George View Post
    Just thought this might be of interest in dating houses within 5 years give or take.
    It estimated my house as 1888,it was built in 1937

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    Quote Originally Posted by GNASHER View Post
    It estimated my house as 1888,it was built in 1937
    This is what happens when you start modernising old houses.

    The questions need to be answered as true as you can possibly get them because if they are not then this is what happens.

    My houses is 1876 and it gave a date within 3 years of its first build but I was accurate with answering all the questions.

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    I have noticed these houses on many a occasion. There are some identical properties (give or take) on Mannering Road, Toxteth

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/liverpo...7594436631633/

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/liverpo...7594436631633/

    Perhaps there was a specialist builder around at the turn of the last century?
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