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Former Property Names - 4 of 4a


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Ash RoadAshmore RoadFormer properties in Basildon.
Beech RoadElm Road
Gordon AvenueHastings Road
Holly RoadIvy Road
Livingstone RoadLuncies Road
Mildmay Road
For street names N-W click here.
Street Map
A larger street plan from c.1950 showing Basildon in more detail can be viewed here.
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Address Property Name Property Type Known History Demolished
Ash Road
 Ash Cottage   
Pauline Cots   
Enterprise   
Ashmore Road
     
Beech Road
 Homestead   
Alma Cottage   
Dorisville   
The Nook   
Mia Casa   
Jeanette   
Swanlea   
Brambleside   
Dunedin   
Elm Road
 Newark House   
May Cottage   
Elm Cottage   
No. 1   
Patricia   
Gordon Avenue
 No. 4   
No. 10   
No. 12   
No. 14   
No. 16   
No. 18   
No. 20   
No. 22   
No. 24   
No. 28   
No. 30   
No. 32   
No. 44   
No. 46   
No. 65   
No. 63   
No. 59   
No. 55   
No. 53   
No. 49   
No. 45   
No. 43   
No. 41   
No. 31   
No. 29   
No. 27   
No. 25   
No. 21   
No. 19   
No. 17   
No. 15   
No. 13   
No. 11   
No. 7   
No. 5   
No. 3   
No. 1   
Hastings Road
 Lily Vale   
Ormsley   
Holly Road
 No. 1 Palmers Cottages   
No. 2 Palmers Cottages   
No. 3 Palmers Cottages   
The Vans Caravan Site   
Dorothy Villa   
Cliveden   
Neleka   
Rose Cottage   
Ivy Road
 Travette House   
The Carriage   
The Rosary   
Caravan   
Mirfield   
Chalet Herenx   
Rose Cottage   
Grosvenor Villa   
Rathillet   
Ivy Cottage   
Maywood   
Te Kianga   
Knox Cottage   
Livingstone Road
 The Willows   
Elmhurst   
Florenceville   
Baalbec   
The Hollies   
Brookdale   
Newhaven   
Alton Lodge   
Morecambe   
Ferndale   
Fairlight   
Luncies Road
 Mimosa   
Leighton   
Leighton Cot   
Ivydene   
The Retreat   
Luncies Farm   
Elim Lodge   
Lilian   
St. Winifreds   
Elizabeth Bung   
Home Cot   
Pempergwe   
Rosalie   
Maryville   
Etheldene   
May Tree Cot   
Lyndhurst   
Ingleside   
Caravan Site & Building   
The Elms   
Mildmay Road
 Daisydene   
Bellevue   
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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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