In the year 1905 four substantial detached houses were built near to the old bridleway from the railway to the remote hamlet of West Blatchington. They had very long gardens at the rear running down to what was then called “lane by Hove Park”, now Goldstone Crescent. Being between Hove Recreation Ground and Hove Park they took their name from the latter. Hove Park Gardens were unique in that the roadway was never made up or paved, being the only road in Hove in that condition. Photographs taken in May 1969.
A view of the gardens taken from Goldstone Crescent.

Image Reference: JG_17_061.tif
Date: 1969
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 156x110
Place: Hove
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