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Dunton Hills Estate: Former Property Names - 1 of 1


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First Avenue Second Avenue Third Avenue Fourth Avenue
Everest










Essbark











Ingleton
*Elmcroft
*Dolford


Myo(w?)na
Primrose

Trivlow

Thorngrove



Merricourt

Oakdene


St. Andrews



Veronica


Delamere
*Killarney


The Laurels
Cosy Nook
Charlemont
Canada
Summerlea
Glenthorne

The Arc
Happiness


*Brambleside
*Beech Nut
*Haffenden
*Kirkee Villa
*Jasmede
*Erean




Ashcroft

The Nest
Hillrise
Hillside
The Hut

Camille

Dop(Dory?) Jim
Burville

Juliase


Rabrova(o?)
Maryern

Trees
Thalream
Lilliville

Willows
The Haven
Deo Juvante




New Holme
Cosy Cot

Mandalay
The Barn


Irene Rose
Etheldene
Homeleigh
Endoran
Protem
Bonhommi(e?)
Fairlawn




Grangewood

The Oaks


*Anderlinda




Jaygee

Aubrey

St. Davids


Primrose


Florence







Charlesville
Elmview




Reindeer
Anthelen

Varfor

Violet Lodge
Poplars




Lansbury
Roseglen

Silverdale

Rosegarden
Carrara
*Ebenezer
Hillcrest Avenue Lower Dunton Road

View Grand
Iona






Hawthorn


Joyville
St. Andrea
Lilac
High View or Highview
Clovelly

Hilltop


Rosalie

Denede


Marzoni (Marzone?)
The Briars
The Beeches
The Elms?
The Chalet
Windy Ridge
Hillcrest
Highland View
Clear View
Little Clermont (Claremont?)
Vera Joan
Wendover
Coombe Cottage
Arbutus
Penlee


High Trees
Four Elms

Delamere

Dennyvic


Cresta

Hammers Rest


Rose Marie
Laburnams
*The Cottage
*Rosemount


First Avenue entrance

The Stores (Post Office & General Stores) (Sydney Henderson)
Acacia

Second Avenue entrance

St. Ives

Third Avenue entrance

St. James
Hillview
Annalina
St. Elmo


Fourth Avenue entrance

Site of Noaks builders
Joyway
Oasis
Stack Avenue
Shanklin
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Page added: 2003
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Other points of interest:
The Haven in Third Avenue is the only surviving property on the 'avenues', following the final wave of compulsory purchase orders in 1984. It is now home to a plotland museum.

Note: Properties marked with an asterisk are known to have existed in their respective roads but their location within the road in relation to neighbouring properties is still to be established.

A number of properties are subject to spelling discrepancies due to incorrect information obtained from source material, while some other properties may not be in their correct location in their respective road due to the same reasons.

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

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