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Former Property Names - 1 of 4


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Elm RoadGrove RoadFormer properties in Basildon.
Gardiners LanePark Avenue
Pipps Hill RoadRectory Road
Turners Chase
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Address Property Name Property Type Known History Demolished
Elm Road
 Florence CottageDetached propertyC.P.O. 21/07/19701970s
Eleanor   
St. LuciaDetached propertyC.P.O. 21/07/19701970s
KnowleDetached propertyC.P.O. 21/07/19701970s
Grove Road
 Rosedene   
Iris Bungalow   
The Florence   
Gardiners Lane
 New House Farm   
Windsor Lodge   
The Bungalow   
Granville House   
Pembroke Lodge   
Denbigh House   
Ivy Villa   
Iris Villa   
The Grange   
The Poplars   
Hill House Cottage   
Hill House   
Hill Cottage   
Avondale House   
Nevendon Lodge   
Nevendon Villa   
Rose View   
Park Avenue
 Park Dene   
AthelstanDetached propertyC.P.O. 21/07/19701970s;
Pipps Hill Road
 The Rookery   
This-ll-Do   
Valentine Nursery   
Rivella   
Ahmed Khel   
The CedarsDetached HouseThree-storey house.Victorian period house adjacent to the A127 Arterial Road with orchards to the rear and junk yard located opposite.
Badulma   
Harden   
Pipps Hill Villa   
Homeleigh   
Rectory Road
 Kent Lodge   
Danehurst   
Wyndham   
Albert Lodge   
Clarendon   
Rose Lodge   
Lawn Lodge   
Mount Lodge   
The Neuk   
The Rowans   
Highlands   
Melrose Villa   
Elmdene   
Basildon Cottage   
The Elms   
Strathmore HouseDetached HouseAddress changed to Pipps Hill Close following 1960s Ford Tractor Plant development. C.P.O. 21/07/1970. Demolished to vacate land for Basildon Zoo and subject of a bitter long drawn out compensation dispute with Basildon Development Corporation.1970s
Park LodgeDetached HouseAddress changed to Pipps Hill Close following 1960s Ford Tractor Plant development. C.P.O. 21/07/1970.1970s
The Stores   
Marguerite   
The Avery (Aviary?)Detached property.C.P.O. 21/07/1970.1970s
Pomeroy   
St. ClairDetached propertyC.P.O. 21/07/1970.1970s
Basinghall   
HomesteadDetached propertyC.P.O. 21/07/1970.1970s
The Limes   
IvydaleDetached propertyC.P.O. 21/07/1970.1970s
Island QueenDetached property  
Old RectoryDetached propertyC.P.O. 21/07/1970.1970s
No. 1 Oliphants Cottage   
No. 2 Oliphants CottageDetached propertyC.P.O. 21/07/1970.1970s
Argyle   
WindermereDetached propertyC.P.O. 21/07/1970.1970s
Basildon Post OfficeDetached House  
Turners Chase
 The Cairns   
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Page added: 2003
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Other points of interest:
Most of Rectory Road was lost to the Ford Tractor Plant which opened in 1964. A short section off Pipps Hill Road South was renamed Pipps Hill Close and diverted into Cranes Farm Road but this has now been built over in the creation of Festival Leisure Park. The remaining section at the other end, leading from Gardiners Lane South to Basildon United's football ground, is now called Gardiners Close.

Text researched and written 2003.
Copyright © 2003, B. Cox - Basildon History Online. All rights reserved.

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