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Former Property Names - 4 of 4


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Bridle WayConway RoadFormer properties in Langdon Hills area.
Dry StreetKingston Hill
Kingston WayLee Chapel Lane
Livingstone RoadSpeke Road
The ChaseStacey Drive
Street Map
A larger street plan from c.1950 showing Langdon Hills in more detail can be viewed here.
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Address Property Name Property Type Known History Demolished
Bridle Way
  No. 1 (Lee Chapel Cottages)Semi-detached cottageIt is believed there were dwellings of some sort on this site dating back 300 years. Property was at one time rented from Mr. Bebbington - who ran an estate agents business in Langdon Hills - and later purchased around the late 1950s early 1960s and occupied until 1964. It was burnt down in 1965 and subsequently demolished.1965
No. 2 (Lee Chapel Cottages)Semi-detached cottage 1965
Gregson Villa   
Sunny   
Oakland   
Taiping   
Conway Road
 Vera Lodge   
Dry Street
     
Kingston Hill
 Windy Ridge Original bungalow demolished. 
Alma   
Kingston Way
     
Lee Chapel Lane
     
Livingstone Road
 Glen Villa   
Speke Road
 St. Margarets   
No. 1   
No. 2   
St. Helier   
The Chase
 Glenthorne   
Hawthorn   
Rosemead   
Lyndhurst   
The Nest   
Hillcroft   
Invicta   
Victory Cottage   
Frankville   
The Tangent   
The Haven   
Too Wong   
Abbe Qui   
Fredia   
Sea View   
Lenfred   
St. Albans   
Sunbeam   
Seaflower   
Burnaby   
Quin Hut   
Quinn Ditchy C.P. Jan 1985 
The Chalet   
Beachview   
Hillside View   
Glendale   
Ken Lodge   
Wilton Lodge   
Pier View   
The Aloes   
The Ridgeway   
Windermere   
The Cot   
Temsvue   
Stacey Drive
 TrevennaDetached BungalowLast occupant Cedric Harris died from burns sustained in a fire incident in the grounds of the property. 
GladsmereDetached Bungalow  
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Page added: 2003
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Other points of interest:
Some of the area including parts of Lee Chapel Lane, the Bridleway and The Chase are incorporated into Langdon Hills nature reserve as Willow Park.

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

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