|Sale of Elmhurst, Mudeford|
Sale of Elmhurst, Mudeford 6 July 1880
|Sale of Furniture, Rushford Warren, Mudeford|
Sale of Furniture, ‘Rushford Warren’, Mudeford 17/12/1929
|Sale of property and land at Mudiford or Stanpit 1860|
Sale of double cottage, garden and land in the occupation of Capt Arnott 8 May 1860
|Sale of Stormhaven Cottage late Mulberry Cottage, Mudeford|
Sale of Stormhaven Cottage late Mulberry Cottage, Mudeford, 22 July 1907. Three copies. With map of property SEE ALSO CHS002390
|Sale, Sandford Estate|
Sale catalogue Mudeford, part of Sandford Estate, 15 Freehold building sites 29/5/1928. Two copies with map
Salmon fishing in Mudeford
|Salmon fishing at Mudeford|
Salmon fishing at Mudeford – an article from the Hampshire Magazine Volume 2, Number 7, Page 19
|SAMRA: Village Review/Village News|
Stanput and Mudeford Residents Association Village Review/Village News. Newsletters May 1987 onwards
|Sandford House, Mudeford|
Notes and newspaper cutting
Notes on the history of Sandhills and a photocopy of a map
Transcript of a Christchurch Times article about the plan for a holiday caravan park at Sandhills
Postcard of Sandhills House
Sale advertisement from the Christchurch Times with a detailed description of the house and grounds
|Sandhills estate, Mudeford|
Birds Eye View & Block Plan of proposed Sandhills Estate Mudeford, near Christchurch Hants. Laid out for the erection of Villas. Possibly Estate Agents catalogue page. Sketch shown of proposed completed estate and plan of villa layout shown. = Martin Kemp-Welch of Poole, Architect = Philip Brammon of Southampton.
|Sandhills holiday park|
Copy of a newspaper article in the Bournemouth Echo in 2012 about Sandhills holiday park for sale
|Sandhills holiday park|
Photograph of the sign of Sandhills holiday park
|Sandhills Holiday Park|
Advertisement about craft fair
|Sandhills Lodge restaurant|
Christchurch Council lifted restrictions on the restaurant’s hours of opening
Aerial view of Sandhills at Mudeford. Caravans shown, shopping parade and garage beyond on Mudeford Lane. (Sandhills was built for George Rose MP for Christchurch who died there in 1818)
Aerial view of Sandhills Mudeford. Photo same time as 19.12 but different angle. Caravans shown.
Negative of Sandhills, Mudeford. (Numbered 4971). View from the garden, across the tennis courts to the house.
Inside view of an empty circular room at Sandhills, Mudeford. At the far end is a fireplace fitted with a gas fire on a brick hearth. Sandhills was constructed for Sir George Henry Rose, now a caravan holiday park.
Detailed view of a ceiling in a domed circular room at Sandhills, Mudeford. (Empty room).