About 1908, these four houses were built, at the corner of what was then a narrow country lane leading to Hangleton Farm and to the distant St Helens Church. In later years known as 361/367, Old Shoreham Road, they were just within the Hove borough, although the buildings they faced across the road were in Portslade. It is said that one of the first occupiers was the Secretary of West Hove Golf Club. Due to the impending widening of the main road in this area, the houses have been doomed for some years. The three photographs were taken on 20 August 1973, and the two houses nearest to the corner have already been removed.

Image Reference: JG_16_154.tif
Date: 1973
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 157x97
Place: Hove
Additional Information: No comment

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