Here can be seen the front façade which faced roughly west, and the side and rear faces. The extensive southern expanse of glass was probably a later extension of the original house.
From a newspaper cutting:
"A fortune - for animals “When Mrs Louise Marion Grenville, of Dyke Road Avenue, Brighton, died in April she left £98,042 net (duty paid £21,684). She left a house at Egham Hill, Surrey, and £1,800 to her companion housekeeper Marie Stewart, a caravan and £500 to her gardener, Mr John McQueen, £1,000 to her solicitor, Mr Joseph W Parker, of Worthing, and her house at 16 Dyke Road Avenue to Mr Bernard C Elliott of that address. The residue of her estate is to be divided equally between the PDSA and the National Canine Defence League”.

Image Reference: JG_26_041.tif
Date: 1964
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 156x113
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: No comment

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