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Plan of the Yews Estate, near Worrall, for sale by auction, 1862 Featured Print

Plan of the Yews Estate, near Worrall, for sale by auction, 1862

Lot 4 farm house, barn, stable, cowhouse, outbuildings, garden and yard (including Oxley Field and Middlewood Field).Lot 5 Great Langhouse Field, Far Langhouse Field, Near Langhouse Field and Plantation - this lot contains coal and ganister, a portion of which has been worked.Lot 6 part of Howdon Top and Bull Piece Plantation. This lot contains valuable beds of coal and ganister, a large proportion of which can be got by open work; and also a bed of Fire Clay.Lot 7 Dwelling House called the yeas, cohouses, gardens, plantations, including Wadsley Plantation (or Sough Dyke Plantation); the yews is a commodious house containing dining, drawing and breakfast rooms, two kitchens and seven bedrooms. It commands extensive and picturesque views of the Valley of the Don, and Wharncliffe Wood; is four miles west of Sheffield, and about a mile and a half from the Oughtibridge Station of the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire railway. The estate contains beds of coal and ganister, and a valuable bed of fire clay, which is now being worked.Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library: Sale Plans 1 July 1862

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Plan of property belonging to the trustees of the late Robert Newton Shawe, esquire, in the parish of Handsworth, 1858 Featured Print

Plan of property belonging to the trustees of the late Robert Newton Shawe, esquire, in the parish of Handsworth, 1858

Lot 1 the commodious and superior farmhouse at Handsworth Woodhouse, in the occupation of Mr Charles Ibbotson, with extensive barn, stables, cowhouse, sheds, fold and stack yard, with a close of excellent land, viz. homstead and Reynes and Woody Bank.Lot 2 Calf and Monsal Close and Woody Bank.Lot 3 Moor Close and allotment and Brick Kiln Close.Lot 4 Skelton Close and Sunny Side Stubbing.Lot 5 Buck Croft.Lot 6 Carr and Possession Close.Lot 7 Mill Ings and coal underneath.Lot 8 Robert lands, Broad Carr, Long Level Stubbing, Pearson Close, Black Stubbs, Heap of Storrs, coal underneath and the coal under the Birley and Beighton branches and Main Line of the Manchester Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway.Lot 9 Stoney Flatts and Saucer Carr.Surveyor: T. D. Jeffcock, Sheffield.Scale 6 chains : 1 inch.Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library: Sale Plans 5 August 1858

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Valuable freehold land and minerals at Brightside to be sold by auction, 1852 Featured Print

Valuable freehold land and minerals at Brightside to be sold by auction, 1852

For accompanying sale particulars see y10750.Late the estate of Benjamin Rose, esquire.Lot 1 an old established and well accustomed public house, called the old White Swan, situate in the improving village of Brightside, and nearly adjoining the railway station there, now in the occupation of James Ashmore, with the gardens and vacant land surrounding the same, and a cottage thereto adjoining, occupied by James Penistone.Lot 2 a dwelling house and certain lands adjoin in the occupation of Mr James Whitton.Lot 3 plantation, part of House Croft and far House Croft. Lot 4 Near Pease Field.Lot 5 Far Cow Croft and Near Cow Croft (fronting Jenkin Lane).Lot 6 Upper Pease Field and Middle pease Field (fronting Jenkin Lane).Lot 7 valuable beds of coal and other minerals under lots 1-6 above and other areas.. all the land is admirable adapted for the erection of dwelling houses, which are much in request in Brightside. It sloped beautifully to the south, and commands fine and extensive views across and along the valley of the Dun [Don]. Its aspect being south south east, is most desirable, not only for salubrity, but for all purposes of horticulture.Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library: Sale Plans 14 September 1852

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