Photograph of farmhouse in Great Linford (1971).

Photograph of farmhouse in Great Linford (1971).
Photograph of farmhouse in Great Linford (1971).

Comments about this page

  • I used to live in great linford then and my daughter Sue use to work and Horse riding there and went to gymcarners with Dennis&Sally Ives. And at Glebe House .lovely memmories.

    By Ida Waugh (09/08/2020)
  • Linford Lodge was known as Ivy House, for many years it was owned by Dennis and Sally Ives who were friends of my parents. As you went into the drive, there was another set of gates on the left hand side with a gravel courtyard off of which were a paddock/field for horses, a stable block, feed/tack room, a riding arena and entrance to the laundry room/kitchen. Also led into part of the garden that went behind the house to the swimming pool and rest of the grounds. We used to stay there often during weekends and holidays so I remember the house.

    Much later on they converted part of the house into a restaurant – the house and whole area was peaceful and stunning – until the council came along and took theirs and the farmers land by compulsory purchase order and built the awful Milton Keynes. Needless to say Sally and Dennis sold up and moved after that.

    By Tracey (26/06/2018)
  • Re: picture ref SC ICC/001/083.

    This is a picture of Linford Lodge. It has no connection with the nearby Black Horse Inn located adjacent to Bridge 76 on the Grand Union canal.

    Entry Name: Linford Lodge
    ( Shown as Ivy House on OS Map.)
    Listing NGR: SP8529141608
    Listing Date: 28 August 1975
    Grade: II
    Source: Historic England
    Source ID: 1125245
    English Heritage Legacy ID: 45837
    Location: Great Linford, Milton Keynes, MK14
    County: Milton Keynes
    Civil Parish: Great Linford
    Built-Up Area: Milton Keynes
    Traditional County: Buckinghamshire
    Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Buckinghamshire
    Church of England Parish: Stantonbury and Willen
    Church of England Diocese: Oxford

    By Peter Spurr (19/04/2018)

Add a comment about this page

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Search the archive