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St Albans Road The Elms

This red brick house was built around 1800. The sale details in 1823 refer to it as ‘Elm Cottage’ and it was described as being ‘a neat brick built dwelling house, having four best bedrooms and four secondary. ‘There is mention also of outbuildings, garden, orchard, with meadows and land totalling 25 acres. It was purchased by Thomas Pugh, Curate of Flamstead church but he is noted as being Curate at Redbourn between 1813 and 1824. The house has a plain tile hipped roof, and has two storeys as well as attics. There are three sash windows with moulded flush frames with gauged brick lintels. The front door is central within an arched recess with a fielded door panel. The pilasters are wooden. Above the door is an arched sash single sash with pointed top panes. The eaves are dentilled brick.

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    Claire Douglas


    I would love to own a house that but because I am now 54 would probably do a bit of work on it then sell up and move on.
    If you can not find a buyer for it one of the churches or charities might be able to rent the rooms out.


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