These formerly stood north of New Church Road, just about on the site of the present Amesbury Crescent. The house, which was built about 1870, was approximately 60 yards back from the road and it was approached by a rough cinder track which ran from New Church Road to Portland Road. The nurseries were to the south and west of the house. The photograph was taken during the 1920s. When the land was sold for building, the nurseries were given up and the house demolished, about 1930.

Image Reference: JG_16_056.tif
Date: 1920s
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 204x157
Place: Hove
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