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Photos by Derek Savory, 2004
Heatherbreea House
Interior

Heatherbreea and car
Family Home - Heatherbreea House c1910 - with the car left.
The plants around the door now well grown.
Some rare interior pictures that were taken inside Heatherbreea House in 2004, when it was sold and the surrounding land developed into Heatherbereea Gardens.

John Clark senior built the house in 1896, and the family had a large Boot and Shoe factory at the junction of Midland Road and Station Road. He also owned a farm and a Brick and Tile company close by his new home.

Inside the hall
A stained galss window

A stained glass door and archway, stairs to second floor.

above: Ceiling rose and coving detail

left: The staircase and a stained glass internal door

From debris on the floor and up the stairs, some work was
taking place inside at this time. Possibly now flats?



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