Created 28-Aug-20
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Originally built as early as 1740s or 1750s, it has undergone considerable change. Its character altered in the late C19th when it was given as a home and school for crippled boys. This use stopped in 1921 and it did not return to domestic use until the !960s. In the intervening time, it was used as a wireless factory plastics workshop and offices.
In 1938 it was bought by the Blackheath Preservation Trust to prevent its demolition and redevelopment as a block of modern flats.

See page 4 of Blackheath Village & Environs Vol III by Neil Rhind for more details.
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Category:Architecture and Structures
Subcategory:Buildings
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Keywords:Eastnor, Grotes