Bayville House
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Bayville House on the left with Portland House on the right.
The shop known is Portland House, where the Sailors are standing outside  was a Stationers run by Miss Tarr for many years. Mr Smith and his wife stand in the doorways of Bayville House. The two sailors are Ted Hunter and Charles Larcombe. Captain and Mrs Dixon who lived in the Elms are seen in the Wagonette on the right.

"Bayville" originally had two doors, The right hand one led into the garden, which is larger than those of the previous cottages. In the late 1870s it was occupied by William Holly, agent for the London and South-Western Railway Company. His horses were-Kept in the stables where "Saram Cottage" now stands, belonging to "Charmouth House", then owned by his father, George Holly. Later he bought the Axminster Bus and went to live in "Wistaria". The house belonged to and was occupied by Ernest and Mrs. Hutchings, At one time an Axminster chemist lived there.