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Plan of Lydgate Hall Estate as allotted for sale, 1860 Featured Print

Plan of Lydgate Hall Estate as allotted for sale, 1860

Full details recorded in the sale particulars.Summary details are:Lot 4 Lydgate Hall, comprising dining, drawing and breakfast rooms and library, two kitchens, a pantry and china closet, cellaring, and seven bedrooms, supplied with hot and cold water, pleasure grounds, stables for 5 horses, coach house for two carriages, bailiff's house, and farm buildings, lodge, plantation and paddock …;Lot 5 dwelling house, stable, barn, outbuildings, and yard;Lot 6 stone quarry, etc.;Lot 7 parts of near Broom Field; Far Broom Field, Upper Slack and Upper High Acres;Lot 8 land (being the site of three houses and a shop);Lots 9 - 12 parts of brick yard and clay, etc.;Lot 13 part of upper Slack and Far Broomfield, cottages, workshops, parts of Middle and Far Doddiworth, etc.;Lot 14 Nether High Acre;Lot 15 Lower Intake;Lot 16 Coalpit Field;Lot 17 Doddiworth, etc;Lot 18 clay and stone quarry, etc.Pawson and Brailsford, Lithographers, Sheffield.Scale 2 chains : 1 inch.Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library: Sale Plans 3 July 1860

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Broomhill School, Beech Hill Road, Architects Design, 1874 Featured Print

Broomhill School, Beech Hill Road, Architects Design, 1874

Frontage to Beechfield Road, in the Ecclesiastical District of St. Mark's.The site (freehold) contains 1221 square yards and was purchased from P. Cadman, Esq.The superficial area of the rooms is 3136 feet, and the cubical capacity 47, 992 feet and accommodation is provided for 326 scholars.This school was opened March 3rd 1873.The contract for building was the extras amounted to 3s. 10d. and the cost of site 2s. 10d., exclusive of furniture and some fittings

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Sale particulars for valuable and important freehold property belonging to the late William Newbould, 1852 Featured Print

Sale particulars for valuable and important freehold property belonging to the late William Newbould, 1852

Sale particulars for valuable and important freehold property comprising a substantial family residence with pleasure grounds, gardens, out-offices, coachman's cottage, homestead, etc., late the residence of William Newbould, esquire, deceased; and also cottages and buildings, farmsteads, gardens and land, containing in the whole about 76 acres of rich fertile land, a great part of which is suitable for building purposes, situate at The Intake, in the parish of Handsworth, also valuable building grounds, divided into convenient lots, situate at and near Broomhill in the parish of Sheffield, also cottages and land at Unstone, in the parish of Dronfield (Derbyshire).Full details of each lot are given in the sale particulars (includes references to Birley Moor Meadow, Yew Tree Field, Quarry Field, etc.).For the plan of the land and property at Intake see y10752.Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library: Sale Plans 2 November 1852

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