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copper beech

a cultivated variety of European beech that has dark purple leaves
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Copper Beeches offers the best of both worlds, handsomely sitting on the edge of the tranquil Cheshire countryside while being conveniently located less than two minutes walk from Sandbach train station - meaning you can be in Manchester in as little as 40 minutes.
Checklist ADDRESS: Copper Beeches, Vicarage Road, Stoneleigh.
It should never have been called a road at all as it was more like an avenue, rich in chestnut trees and copper beeches where grand houses, some detached and most removed from the road, lay in splendour above the uneven roofs of the smoky old town below.
Loft conversion with dormer windows to form three bedrooms and a dressing room at Copper Beeches, 1 Gentleshaw Lane.
Rowney Green Flower Club, Jumble Sale, Copper Beeches, Rowney Green Lane, Rowney Green, Alvechurch, 2.30pm.
Arthur Conan Doyle created arguably the most famous fictional detective in history, Sherlock Holmes, and this volume presents two of Holmes' adventures: "The Adventure of the Copper Beeches" and "The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb." Other highlights include "The Castle of Gloom," an action-filled tale that takes place in Poland when Napoleon was romping through Europe: and my favorite, "The Ghosts of Goresthorpe Grange," about a man who buys a spooky castle without a ghost, and is thus forced to advertise for one.
The stone-built house on a generous plot is one of five around a central island in a cul-de-sac at Copper Beeches. The style of the property complements the local architecture in the valley near Alnwick.