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"There be money in them there solid oak floors!"

5th October 2014 Help & Advice, Local Businesses Tags: 1 Comment


Desperately lifting and packing up the 108 year old oak floor of 5th Stapleford Scout Group’s former head quarters on Welch Avenue before it is demolished to make way for housing.

This is the original floor of the Carnegie Library built in 1906.

The value of this vintage floor could provide two years rent if we find the right buyer.

70 square meters at £15 per sq/m.

Please share if you know any builders or local developers who would be interested.

1 Comment

  1. Chris Newcombe. 7 years Reply

    Any left? If so what are the dimensions? I would like enough to cover an area of 31.5″ /80cm x 80″/203cm. Plus 3 lengths of 32″/81cm x 5″/13cm plus 2 lengths of 40″/102cm and one length
    of 24″/61cm. All wood can be of 3/4″/2cm to 1″/2.5cm thickness.Iknow it’s a long shot but if you can help me could give me a quote please. P.S. the area of 31.5″ x 80″ needs to be in complete lengths of 80″. Thanks, Chris Newcombe.

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