Dwelling #444 - Kitchen for dwelling #28 Bald Hill Flat, Terrace (Hall) Road north side.
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|1||various||Various owners - for details see dwelling #28||Details|
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|Note||Date||Short Description||Note Text|
|3432||c1881||This was the kitchen for dwelling #1080||At this period (c1881) the house building 'standards' called for a separate kitchen building to the main house building. This may have been driven by insurance companies due to kitchen fires. Dwelling #444 was the separate kitchen for dwelling #28 which was close by. The building was constructed of pug but was plastered with a cement plaster base. It has a timber framed, corrugated iron roof.|
|3433||c1881||General notes.||It seems that the kitchen was built by (or for) Mr John Short (1) and his new (second) wife, Margaret Wood. It was built at the same time as the main dwelling #28.|
|3434||c1947||Dwelling #444 became a spare bedroom.||It appears that dwelling #444 served as a kitchen up until around 1947. At this time dwelling #28 was modernised and one of the upgrades was the addition of a kitchen. Both buildings were also rendered with a cement based plaster. From this point on the 'old kitchen' was used as a spare bedroom and for general storage.|
|3435||c1990||The building was upgraded.||About this time, dwelling #444 was upgraded by Mr Sid Miller. he converted it into a one bedroom flat with a self contained modern kitchen. Mr Miller moved from his caravan into the dwelling where he lived for some months before deciding to move back into the caravan.|
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|Image Id||Source||Date||Short Description|
|1172||Paul Crump - Bannockburn||2005||Dwelling #444 and dwelling #28||View Image|