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'Moorlands', 295 Curzon Street, Long Eaton, c 1890s-1910s
Buxton Museum and Art Gallery
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View is from the south. When built in 1908, the land was in Sandiacre but became part of Long Eaton in 1921. The house was built for John W Spridgeon, a Long Eaton lace machine manufacturer and was said to have cost £10,000. The architect was Ernest Hooley of Long Eaton. The extensive gardens have now been developed with housing and the house is now a social club.