Demolished in the late 19th century and the roads Graham Road, Graham Avenue, Elmfield Avenue and Fernlea Road were built on this land.
Described by Eric Montague in his book Mitcham Histories : 2 North Mitcham, page 74, as having extensive stabling, farmery, meadows and gardens.
One of the developers of houses on the Willows Estate may have been Nott & Cartwright, as shown in the auction ad of 1899:
SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY.
NOTT – CARTWRIGHT.— Freeholds. 34 building plots. the Willows Estate, Mitcham i ; at the Falcon Hotel, Clapham Junction, at 7.
Source: London Evening Standard – Thursday 27 April 1899 from the British Newspaper Archive (subscription required)
In the 1900 electoral registers, owners were named of some of the lots on the Willows Estate:
|Frank Denyer||183 Clapham Park Road||11, 12, 13|
|Benjamin William Dale||130 Falcon Road, Battersea||36|
|James Dale||130 Falcon Road, Battersea||36|
|William Frederick Laing||Mortimer House, Bond Road, Battersea||40|
Maps are reproduced with the permission of the National Library of Scotland.