This large rambling house was built at the end of the last century on the site of an old cottage which stood by the Ditchling Road toll-gate and which in its later years was occupied by a ladder maker. This cottage was on the site of the front room to the left of the entrance door, shown in the next photograph and stood about 15 feet beyond the old pre-1928 boundary wall that is still to be seen at the rear of the houses in Osbourne Road.
Looking across Ditchling Road to the front of the house. Date of photographs 30 April 1956. The house was demolished in March 1957 prior to building of bungalows on the garden site.

Image Reference: JG_20_160.tif
Date: 1956
Image Details: Original monochrome image
Size of Original: 153x111
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: No comment

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