Hackford Road is the former home of Vincent van Gogh.
Hackford Road stands where there was once open countryside and in historical documents is often referred to as part of Stockwell.
Originally known as St Ann’s Road, Hackford Road is a mixture of housing styles from the 1840s onwards.
In fact the first appearance of building were small houses and shops at the north end of the street in the 1820s.
By the 1880s, cottages on the west side of the street and some on the east side were demolished and the terraces that stand today were erected.
Vincent van Gogh lived at No. 87 in 1873.
Reay Primary School
was built in the early 1900s and was originally a school for boys. The school was built on the site of the 1820s shops to the north of the street.