Road that runs north west from west side of Streatham Road. It is parallel to, and north of, Gorringe Park Avenue. It was possibly built in the early 1920s.
1950 OS map
The houses are numbered odd on its north side, from 1 to 75 at Streatham Road, all with the postcode CR4 2DW, and even from 6 to 62, with postcode CR4 2DU.
At its western end it leads into Thirsk Avenue and on the corner is St Barnabas church. Edenvale Road cuts across the road around half way and connects to Gorringe Park Avenue.
The road was originally called Annie Road, and its only occupant in the 1925 street directory was Francis KERBEY, at Orchard Bungalow.
In the 1930 commercial directory, Louis GOLDSTEIN, tailor, was at no. 49.
From the UDC minutes, volume 12, pages 721/2
All were licensed for one shilling per year. Home addresses are in brackets.
||near Club House, Mitcham Cricket Club , Lower Green
||(35 Haydons Road)
||(50 Covelton Road)
||(6 Acre Road)
||(30 Grenfell Road)
||(23 Mount Road)
||(3 Portland Place)
||near Mitcham Junction Station