This gives a glimpse of the large house, Withdean Court, standing well back from the road. This is one of the oldest houses in this district, having been built in the 1860’s. It was occupied for many years by Lady Ogle and her family and the grounds extended to the south over Withdean Court Avenue and to the north as far as Tongdean Lane. We now know it as Pantzer mansions. The other two houses are modern and were built in 1930

Image Reference: JG_18_231.tif
Date: 1932
Image Details: Post Card
Size of Original: 132x81
Place: Brighton
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