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Howell Road, Exeter: Nos 1-7 Linden Vale

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ca.1876 built. View from No 1. Image taken 2021.
ca.1876 built. View from No 7. Image taken 2021.
ca.1876 built. View from rear. Image taken 2021.

Note: This is a sub-section of Howell Road, Exeter

Linden Vale. 1-7 Howell Road, Exeter

1876 April. For sale. 'All that Block of Seven substantially and newly built Freehold Suburb Dwelling Houses (land tax redeemed), with ornamental lawn front, known as Linden-Vale, St. David's, Exeter. The above Properties are well worthy the attention of those requiring safe and lucrative investments The Houses are substantially built of the best materials, and are situate one the healthiest suburbs of the city, within five minutes walk of the Great Western and London and South Western Railway Stations.'[1]

1877 January. Mrs. Couches. 6 Linden Vale. Preparatory School for young ladies and gentlemen.[2]

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Sources of Information

  1. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 28 April 1876
  2. Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Wednesday 10 January 1877