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Bassett Green village

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Bassett Green village, also known as Old Bassett, Bastards Lane End, Bassett Lane End, was a village or hamlet on the Stoneham Estate, at the southern end of North Stoneham Common.

In 1939, the Estate leased land for an air raid warden's shelter[1]. The village green was sold by the Estate in 1963[2].

Selected views

Bassett Green, c.1910, with cottages 80-82 (left) and St Christopher's church (right).


Estate Plan1818 Survey
Bassett Lodge
St. Christopher's church (North Stoneham School)
Cottage No. 79
Cottages Nos. 80-82
Cottage No. 83
Cottage No. 84
Cottage No. 85
Cottages Nos. 86-88
Cottage No. 89
Cottage No. 90
Cottage No. 91
Cottage No. 92
Cottage No. 93
Oak Cottage
Jasmine Cottage
Ivy Cottage
Rose Cottage


  1. Lease of land at Bassett Green for use as an Air Raid Warden's shelter, 1939  (WFMS:2359 )
  2. Copy conveyance of the village green at Bassett Green, 1963  (WFMS:2207 )
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