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 Posted: Sun May 12th, 2013 05:43 pm
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No need to worry about gardening







The fronts aren't any better for space.



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Compared to todays definition of 'detached' these would probably now be described as having a large open aspect to the rear :lol::lol:



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Kevr wrote: Compared to todays definition of 'detached' these would probably now be described as having a large open aspect to the rear :lol::lol:
:mutley:mutley:mutley

There was a case several years ago with a new housing estate when the "detached" houses were built so close together that it was impossible for both neighbours to open the casement window on their half-landings at the same time on the "non-drive" side of the houses !!



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Nice photos Trev. An estate agent would probably describe them as having a paved rear courtyard with low maintenance gardens to the front. Incidentally, what on earth is that green structure protruding from the first floor of the building in the third photo ? I wouldn't fancy walking under it that's for sure.



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In relation to the green structure, I think at some time it was a  pulley jib.

The sort of thing you used to see at the top of warehouses and mills for goods coming in and out.
Health and Safety wouldn't have it nowadays.




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