Dean Court Road

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Dean Court Road


Dean Court Road was part of a parcel of farmland purchased in 1925 for development by Charles Neville. The plots were built on over the next 30 years.


You can see from the map below that Neville’s original scheme was even more ambitious.


Following the poor development in Peacehaven he ensured that a high standard of design was made possible here by large plot sizes and mock Tudor architecture.


Welesmere Road was developed later and eventually Gorham Avenue was built on the site of the Paddocks, which was once home to the Brookside Harriers, claimed to be the best pack of hounds in the country.

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Charles Neville's Plans were more ambitious as you can see
Charles Neville's Plans were more ambitious as you can see

41 Dean Court Road obscured by trees
41 Dean Court Road obscured by trees

Red Brick paving from 1984
Red Brick paving from 1984

Charles Neville's Plans were more ambitious as you can see
Charles Neville's Plans were more ambitious as you can see

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