Cottages in Park Road
Cottages in Park Road
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Cottages in Park Road
This view shows a group of houses with numbers 2 and 4 Park Road in the foreground, seen here as Compass House on the north side of Park Road in the centre of the historic village of Hampton Wick in the correspondingly named conservation area of Richmond-upon-Thames. Thought to have been built in 1860 by Charles Miles, number 2 was used as a grocers and off-licence shop until the 1970s. Beyond, Rose Cottages at 6-8 Park Road were built in in 1885 by Sir Thomas James Nelson, chairman of the Local Board, who during the 1880s led the clearance of slums in the adjacent site, now occupied by the Assembly Rooms, currently the home of Kelly's Dance School, and Mayfield, currently the Chase Lodge Hotel.
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