Houses in Blackmore's Grove
Houses in Blackmore's Grove
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Houses in Blackmore's Grove
This row of mid-nineteenth century cottages, numbering 1-15 Blackmore's Grove, Teddington, is located in a small conservation area of the same name in Richmond upon Thames. The road is named after the author R.D. Blackmore who owned Gomer House, now demolished but once located further down the road at the end of the cul-de-sac named commemoratively as Doone Close. It is possible that some of the earliest residents worked on Blackmore's estate. Once occupied by orchards and market gardens, the surrounding land was developed as mostly suburban housing in the early twentieth century. These particular houses are listed locally as Buildings of Townscape Merit.
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