Tue Brook House

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Tue Brook House
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General information
Town or city Liverpool
Country England
Construction started 1615

Tue Brook House, 695 West Derby Road, Liverpool was built in 1615 as a farmhouse. It is now owned by a local family. It is thought to have been originally owned by John Mercer, a yeoman farmer and during the Victorian period was the home and workshop of a Mr.Fletcher, a wheelwright. Some parts of the building contain sections of its original "wattle and daub" construction, which can be seen through glass panels. Also containing a priest hide located in the chimney breast between two of the bedrooms. With future plans set for the house it will be open to the public soon.

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Coordinates: 53°25′35″N 2°55′35″W / 53.426323°N 2.926392°W / 53.426323; -2.926392