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Curve | by Bev Goodwin
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This is a lovely row of houses at Port Sunlight Village. The late 19th Century village was built by William Hesketh Lever (later Viscount Leverhulme) to house his soap factory workers at Lever Brothers which eventually turned into the global giant Unilever. The village is set in 130 acres with 900 houses, most of which are Grade II listed. Over 30 different architects were employed in the building of the village so it is lovely mix of styles. I particularly loved the curve of this building and the little cottages.

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Taken on November 2, 2013