Park Place

Grade II listed by Historic England.

Substantial detached house. Circa 1800. Stock brick. Slate double pitched roof to parapet. 2 storeys plus basement. 4 windows wide with lower 4 window, 2 storey wing to right. Entrance to third bay from left. Square headed entrance set in round headed reveal; plain fanlight; Ionic quarter columns. Square headed windows, gauged heads, sashes, glazing bars. Simplified cornice above first floor. Noted as having groin vaulted Ionic pilastered entrance with marble floor. Other interiors not inspected.

From newspapers
Public Ledger and Daily Advertiser – Thursday 11 November 1824

PARK PLACE, Mitcham Common. To be LET on LEASE, this most excellent RESIDENCE, placed upon the centre of two paddocks and pleasure grounds, with fine walled gardens and graperies; the whole containing about five acres, and perfectly adapted for the residence of a Gentleman. The rooms are numerous and lofty, with offices of every description, billiard room, and entrance lodge for a gardener. To be viewed tickets only, which may had of Mr. Hoggart, 62, Old Broad-street, Royal Exchange.