|Where:||On the north side of Slad Road|
|Then:||Built in the 1800s, this house had a number of wealthy owners until the 20th century, when it became a Doctors' Surgery|
|Now:||In 1960, the house fell into disrepair and was later demolished. New houses have been built on the site by Uplands Co-housing Development|
Uplands House dated from the 17th century and belonged to the Hogg family until 1859. In 1866, it was bought by John Sutton, a cloth merchant, who rebuilt it.
During the early 20th century, the house became a doctor's surgery, occupied successively by H.W. Wheatley, Dr. C.N. Royle and Dr. Lamb, who moved to Slad Road and then Brookfield House, Lansdown, in the 1960s. The house then fell into disrepair, was vandalised, and finally destroyed by arson.
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