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These cottages are juxtaposed by a multi story car park, modern shopping complex and the towns stores.
It is a really lovely preserved old park of Kettering and well worth taking a few moments to take in the beauty as you pass. Still peoples homes...More
I have been in beech cottages, and met Tony ireson he was a lovely gentleman,tony`s home had lovely large gardens to the front and back.Untill KBC took most of the land away.Beech cottage inside is small and very quaint.If you get a chance to see...More
Although I've driven by them on scores of occasions,i thought it was about time I would actually walk by and study them. They are absolutely beautiful cottages that you would not expect to see them where they stood. I'd love to take a look in...More
Built c 18th Century, Kettering Author Tony Ireson moved into them in 1947, and defended them until his death. The cottages are very unique, with there stone heads on the walls. And were award a blue plaque in memory of his contribution to saving a...More