Saturday, 10 November 2012

Linda Chesterman

Linda Frances Chesterman born 16 Oct 1881.
Daughter of Charles Frederick Chesterman and Frances Elisabeth Vlieland.

Here with her brother Hugh Chesterman 

She attended the Royal Academy of music in London and studied piano and composition.She then became a lecturer at the Froebie
Institute at Roehampton.
She later moved to Trevalga Cornwall.
On the internet you can find the house for sale now.

Price: £495,000

Bedrooms: 4, Bathrooms: 2

Houses Cornwall, For Sale,13746785,Trevalga,Cornwall,England,UK. A charming character house enjoying open views and delightful gardens Far reaching south facing view For sale first time in 40 year 2 reception rooms plus sunroom 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms Kitchen with Aga Situation The north coast of Cornwall is renowned for its beautiful countryside, spectacular coastline, rugged cliffs and wonderful sandy beaches, as well as quaint coastal fishing villages including Boscastle, Port Isaac and Crackington Haven. The area is also well known for its association with the legend of King Arthur, and Tintagel Castle was purported to have once been his stronghold. There are ample opportunities for walking and riding and the area is a Mecca for surfing and other watersports. There are excellent golf courses at Bowood, near Camelford and St.Enodoc and Trevose near the Camel Estuary. St Yse occupies a truly delightful and unique setting just to the south of the village of Boscastle, above the hamlet of Trethevy and on the side of St. Nectan's Glen, with access over a private right of way. The area is designated as an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' and is best known for the spectacular waterfall, believed by some to have spiritual qualities. St. Nectan's waterfall is in a designated Site of Specific Scientific Interest (SSSI). The precise location of St. Yse is exceptional: it is extremely hidden away and approached only by an unmade track approximately 1/2 mile in length, yet the coastline and South-West coastal footpath are within approximately 1½ miles. The A30 trunk road, which links with the M5 motorway at Exeter, is accessible via the nearby A395 a few miles to the east. Newquay and Exeter International Airports offer daily flight to London. Bodmin Parkway is the nearest mainline railway station with services to London Paddington, Bristol, Birmingham, the North of England and Scotland. History St Yse was built circa 1904 by a Mr Chesterman, a London timber merchant, who built the house as his retirement home. Two years lat

Here the books she wrote
Chesterman, Linda.

Music for the Nursery School
Arranged by Linda Chesterman

Music for the Nursery School: A Collection of Old and New Marches, Rhymes, Games, Etc
Linda Chesterman

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