This large Victorian house stood in a spacious garden and was screened from view by a high wall. I do not know when it was built, but I believe this to have been in 1882. It was the first house to be built in Surrenden Road and could originally only be approached from Varndean Road, which may account for the fact that it was sometimes listed as in Preston Road.
This view is of the rear of the house, facing east, with a view of the side of the coach house. The photographs were taken during 1959. The site was cleared in 1960 and in succeeding years the blocks of flats known as Surrenden Holt were built here.

Image Reference: JG_20_181.tif
Date: 1959
Image Details: Original monochrome image
Size of Original: 115x83
Place: Brighton
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