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G & J Lines, Number 5, 1906-8

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Posted by Susanne.G. on October 30, 2018 Slideshow

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7 Comments

wendy c
4:05 AM on November 22, 2018 
What a beautiful house - the colours are so mellow on the exterior. I particularly like the floors, and it would be wonderful to see it furnished. Thanks for showing us.
Joan
1:33 PM on November 19, 2018 
I love it!
lallyp
1:11 PM on November 4, 2018 
A lovely house!
jenny
6:34 AM on November 4, 2018 
Beautiful house, and a rare and unusual design. Lucky you I am glad it has gone to a good home.
theinfill.wordpress.com
12:57 PM on October 30, 2018 
What a very interesting looking house. Great windows and 'adornments'
Jan
8:46 AM on October 30, 2018 
A charming house, love the wallpapers and fires
Susanne.G.
5:40 AM on October 30, 2018 
I bought this at Pat Cutforth's CRUK sale on Sunday. Marion has kindly identified it as a G & J Lines Number 5, 1906-8. Apparently a 1906 Gamages listing mentions metal fireplaces in the smaller houses. It is quite similar to Zoe H's house.

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