Prussia Place

Terrace of houses at end of Nursery Road.

1937 Aerial photo

1937 Aerial photo – Prussia Place is the row of houses top left, with long gardens to the right

In 1925 the occupants were:

  1. Mrs Devoy
  2. Ernest Arthur Finch
  3. Arthur Rands
  4. Arthur Skillings
  5. Herbert C. Mackey
  6. Percy Green
  7. George Boyce
  8. Horace Deane
  9. Henry Rayner
  10. James Matthews
  11. Arthur Sheppard
  12. Mrs Palmer
  13. Mrs Whitbread
  14. William Wade

In the Nursery Cottages:

  1. Albert French
  2. Mrs Davidson

On the west side of the road was Porto Motor Co. (motor engineers)

Stories

Morning Chronicle – Tuesday 15 February 1820

Freeholds, Mitcham, Surrey, with Votes for the County.
– By Mr. BURRELL, at Garraway’s, on Tuesday, 23d instant, at twelve, in twelve Lots.

A valuable freehold estate, called Prussia-Place, situate at the back of the School of Industry, at Lower Mitcham; comprising a row of 12 neat substantial brick houses, containing four rooms each, with gardens in the front and back, now in the several occupations of Messrs. Franklin, Kitchen, Buckle, Hayward, Croucher, Foster, Savage, Dalton, Hughes, Willett, Mitcheson, and Hodges, at rents amounting to £120 per annum.

– May be viewed ten days preceding the sale, when particulars may be had at the Buck’s Head, Mitcham; the King’s Head and White Hart Inns, Lower Mitcham; at Garraway’s; and of Mr. Burrell, Throgmorton-street.

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