Dane Court, N2

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Dane Court is a block on The Bishops Avenue.





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Lived here
   
Added: 20 Jul 2024 01:13 GMT   

Whitechapel (1980 - 1981)
Diana Lee-Gobbitt - Artist rented a room at No 1 Berner Street, Whitechapel, opposite Church Passage (Ripper territory) for one year, rent approx 3 pounds pw. Worked as Receptionist for n Indian import/export company in the Watney Markets. Owner of No 1 Berner Street was Sammy Ferrugia, Maltese Taxi company owner. The artist was shown the gambling den in Dutfield’s Yard behind the terrace houses. It was common local knowledge prostitution was high end income for those in the East End during the 1950s.

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Added: 7 Jul 2024 16:26 GMT   

Haycroft Gardens, NW10
My Grandfather bought No 45 Buchanan Gdns in I believe 1902 and died ther in the early 1950s

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Added: 7 Jul 2024 16:20 GMT   

Haycroft Gardens, NW10
I lived in No 7 from 1933 to 1938

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Sylvia guiver   
Added: 4 Jul 2024 14:52 GMT   

Grandparents 1937 lived 37 Blandford Square
Y mother and all her sisters and brother lived there, before this date , my parent wedding photographers were take in the square, I use to visit with my mother I remember the barge ballon in the square in the war.

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Born here
Roy Mathieson   
Added: 27 Jun 2024 16:25 GMT   

St Saviours
My great grandmother was born in Bowling Green Lane in 1848. The family moved from there to Earl Terrace, Bermondsey in 1849. I have never been able to locate Earl Terrace on maps.

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Added: 26 Jun 2024 13:10 GMT   

Buckhurst Street, E1
Mt grandfather, Thomas Walton Ward had a musical instrument workshop in Buckhurst Street from 1934 until the street was bombed during the war. Grandfather was a partner in the musical instrument firm of R.J. Ward and Sons of Liverpool. He died in 1945 and is buried in a common grave at Abney Park Cemetery.

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Lived here
Mike Dowling   
Added: 15 Jun 2024 15:51 GMT   

Family ties (1936 - 1963)
The Dowling family lived at number 13 Undercliffe Road for
Nearly 26 years. Next door was the Harris family

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Evie Helen   
Added: 13 Jun 2024 00:03 GMT   

Vickers Road
The road ’Vickers Road’ is numbered rather differently to other roads in the area as it was originally built as housing for the "Vickers" arms factory in the late 1800’s and early 1900s. Most of the houses still retain the original 19th century tiling and drainage outside of the front doors.

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NEARBY LOCATIONS OF NOTE
Elephant Field The grazing elephants of Hampstead Garden Suburb...
Hampstead Garden Suburb Hampstead Garden Suburb is an example of early twentieth-century domestic architecture and town planning and is located in the London Borough of Barnet.

NEARBY STREETS
Abington House, NW11 Abington House is a block of flats designed for housing ’working women’ (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Addison Way, NW11 Addison Way is the northernmost road in the Temple Fortune section of Hampstead Garden Suburb (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Alfred House, N2 Alfred House is a block on Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Allingham Court, N2 Allingham Court can be found on The Bishops Avenue (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Alyth Gardens, NW11 Alyth Gardens is a Temple Fortune cul-de-sac, situated off Finchley Road (Temple Fortune)
Arden Court Gardens, N2 Arden Court Gardens leads east off The Bishops Avenue (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Asmuns Hill, NW11 Asmuns Hill was the location for the first buildings in Hampstead Garden Suburb (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Avenue House, N2 Avenue House is a block on The Bishops Avenue (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Barons Court, N2 Barons Court is a block on The Bishops Avenue (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Beaufort House, NW11 Beaufort House is one of the 1928-built Emmott Close blocks (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Belvedere Court, N2 Belvedere Court is a residential block consisting of fifty-six flats (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Bigwood Court, NW11 Bigwood Court is a block on Bigwood Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Bigwood Road, NW11 Bigwood Road leads up to Big Wood (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Bishop’s Grove, N2 Bishop’s Grove runs off The Bishops Avenue towards Highgate Golf Course (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Blandford Close, N2 Blandford Close, was planned as part of Hampstead Garden Suburb (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Brampton House, N2 Brampton House is a block on Byron Drive (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Brim Hill, N2 Brim Hill was one of the last developed areas in the Hampstead Garden Suburb development (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Britten Close, NW11 Britten Close is situated above the tunnel entrance to the Northern Line (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Brook House, N2 Brook House can be found on Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Brookland Close, NW11 Brookland Close is a cul-de-sac off Brookland Rise (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Brookland Hill, NW11 Brookland Hill leads off Brookland Rise (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Brookland Rise, NW11 Brookland Rise leads north of Falloden Way (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Brownlow Court, N2 Brownlow Court can be found on Lyttelton Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Brunner Close, NW11 Brunner Close is a cul-de-sac situated off of Litchfield Way (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Bunkers Hill, NW11 Bunkers Hill leads off Wildwood Road, a main road running north-south within the southeast corner of Hampstead Garden Suburb (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Bute Mews, N2 Bute Mews lies behind Market Place (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Byron Drive, N2 Byron Drive is one of a number of cul-de-sacs off The Bishops Avenue built when large houses were demolished for development (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Byron House, N2 Byron House is located on The Bishops Avenue (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Canons Close, N2 Canons Close was built in the gardens of a house called East Weald (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Carlyle Close, N2 Carlyle Close dates from 1935 (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Carpenter House, NW11 Carpenter House is a 1928-built block on Emmott Close (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Central Square, NW11 Central Square was the original centre of Hampstead Garden Suburb due to the further development of the Suburb in the 1920s and 1930s, it is now located towards the west (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Chalton Drive, N2 Carlyle Close, Spencer Drive, Milton Close and Charlton Drive were all developed between 1934 and 1937 (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Chandos Way, NW11 Chandos Way runs off of Wellgarth Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Chatham Close, NW11 Chatham Close, designed by Thomas Millwood Wilson, arrived on the scene in 1911 (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Chorleywood House, N2 Chorleywood House is located on Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Church Mount, N2 Church Mount features detached houses individually designed in the late 1930s and mid-1950s by various architects (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Clifton Gardens, NW11 Clifton Gardens is a crescent situated on the east side of Finchley Road (Temple Fortune)
Coleridge Walk, NW11 Coleridge Walk is a cul-de-sac designed by Herbert Welch in 1911 (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Colwyn House, N2 Colwyn House is a block on The Bishops Avenue (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Compton House, N2 Compton House is a block on Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Constable Close, NW11 Constable Close runs southwest from Wildwood Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Cornwood Close, N2 Cornwood Close runs north off Lyttleton Road - the A1 (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Corringham Court, NW11 Corringham Court is situated off Corringham Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Corringham Road, NW11 Corringham Road is a manifestation of designer Raymond Unwin’s later ’Georgian’ phase (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Corringway, NW11 Corringway included a unique Hampstead Garden Suburb feature - a large block of garages (now demolished) (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Cosway House, NW11 Cosway House is one of the blocks framing the entrance to Emmott Close (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Cotman Close, NW11 Cotman Close leads off Meadway (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Creswick Walk, NW11 Creswick Walk is a 1911 cul-de-sac designed by G.L. Sutcliffe - his first in Hampstead Garden Suburb (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Crosby Court, N2 Crosby Court is a block behind the shops of Market Place (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Dane Court, N2 Dane Court is a block on The Bishops Avenue (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Danewood Drive, N2 Danewood Drive took the place of a rustic pond beside Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Deacons Rise, N2 Deacons Rise runs parallel to the main A1 running through the area (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Denman Drive North, NW11 Denman Drive North is one of two spurs of Denman Drive (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Denman Drive South, NW11 Denman Drive South was laid out in 1915 (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Denman Drive, NW11 Denman Drive leads off Erskine Hill (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Devon Rise, N2 Devon Rise connects Brim Hill and Vivian Way (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Diakyna House, N2 Diakyna House is a block on Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Dingwall Gardens, NW11 Dingwall Gardens is in Temple Fortune (Temple Fortune)
Eastholm, NW11 Eastholm, built in 1919, was complete in 1920 (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Ebony Court, N2 Ebony Court is a block on The Bishops Avenue (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Eliot House, N2 Eliot House is a block on Canons Close (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Emmott Close, NW11 The Emmott Close flats were ’aimed at working women’ (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Erskine Hill, NW11 Erskine Hill is flanked by groups of cottages designed by C M Crickmer (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Fairway Close, NW11 Fairway Close is a small cul-de-sac facing the Hampstead Heath Extension (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Fairway House, N2 Fairway House is located on Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Falloden Way, NW11 Falloden Way is the local name for the A1 trunk road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Farm Walk, NW11 In Farm Walk, there are roughcast terraces with brick doorways and bay windows designed by Parker and Unwin in 1911 (Temple Fortune)
Forres Gardens, NW11 Forres Gardens is a road in the NW11 postcode area (Golders Green)
Gainsborough House, N2 Gainsborough House is a block on Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
George Lane, N2 George Lane was an original lane which ran from Hampstead Lane to East End Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Granville House, NW11 Granville House is a block on Ingram Avenue (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Green Close, NW11 Green Close is a 1930s addition to Hampstead Garden Suburb (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Greenhalgh Walk, N2 Greenhalgh Walk, was planned as part of Hampstead Garden Suburb’s northern extension (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Grey Close, NW11 Grey Close lies opposite Litchfield Way (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Gurney Drive, N2 Gurney Drive is part of the northern Hampstead Garden Suburb (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Hampstead Gardens, NW11 Hampstead Gardens backs onto the Jewish Cemetary (Temple Fortune)
Hampstead Way, NW11 Hampstead Way was one of the major roads designed for Hampstead Garden Suburb (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Harbett House, N2 Harbett House is sited on Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Harford Walk, N2 Harford Walk lies off Vivian Way (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Hazel Court, N2 Hazel Court is a block on The Bishops Avenue (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Heath Close, NW11 Heath Close, was planned as part of Hampstead Garden Suburb (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Heath House, N2 Heath House can be found on Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Heathcroft, NW11 The imposing Heathcroft flats, designed by J.B.F Cowper, came into being in 1923 (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Heathgate, NW11 Heathgate is part of Lutyen’s grand design for Central Square (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Heathview Court, NW11 Heathview Court is on Corringway (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Heron House, N2 Heron House can be found on Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Hill Close, NW11 Hill Close forms an intimate cul de sac rising towards Central Square (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Hill Rise, NW11 Hill Rise leads north from Falloden Way (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Hill Top, NW11 Hill Top contains some of the earliest building in its area (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Hogarth Hill, NW11 Hogarth Hill is a steep road connecting Willifield Way and Addison Way (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Holne Chase, N2 Holne Chase is the eastern extension of Meadway and leads to Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Homesfield, NW11 Homesfield leads to a courtyard containing three detached blocks designed by Parker and Unwin, backing onto Little Wood (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Howard Walk, N2 Howard Walk, designed by Courtenay Melville Crickmer, features Moderne facades with sloped roofs (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Hurst Close, NW11 Hurst Close extends west from Bigwood Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Hutchings Walk, NW11 Hutchings Walk, designed in the mid 1930s, is an enclave of striking Moderne houses with pitched roofs (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Ilchester House, N2 Ilchester House is a block on Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Ilkley House, N2 Ilkley House is located on The Bishops Avenue (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Ingram Avenue, NW11 Ingram Avenue is a later road of Hampstead Garden Surburb (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Ingram House, NW11 Ingram House is located on Ingram Avenue (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Jersey House, N2 Jersey House is a block on The Bishops Avenue (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Kingsley Close, NW11 Kingsley Close is an attractive example of 1934 Moderne architecture by Welch, Cachemaille-Day and Lander (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Kingsley House, NW11 Kingsley House faces Kingsley Way (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Kingsley Way, N2 Kingsley Way is largely the work of Soutar and Butler, with some 1930s insertions by other architects that still fit the overall character (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Kingston House, N2 Kingston House is a building on Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Kwacha House, N2 Kwacha House is a block on Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Linden Lea, N2 Linden Lea was developed by H. Meckhonik and J. Oliphant in the mid to late 1930s (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Linnell Close, NW11 Linnell Close, like nearby Linnell Drive, was named for a Victorian artist - it is accessed by a private road from Meadway. (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Linnell Drive, NW11 Linnell Drive was named for the painter John Linnell (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Litchfield Square, NW11 Litchfield Square is a large formal composition designed by Parker and Unwin (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Litchfield Way, NW11 Litchfield Way is characterised by large groups of consistently designed 1920s houses interspersed with one-off designs (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Lucas Square, NW11 Lucas Square was named after its architect, Geoffrey Lucas (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Ludlow Way, NW11 Ludlow Way was designed by the architect Crickmer (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Lyttelton Road, N2 Lyttelton Road (and Market Place) formed part of Unwin’s 1911-12 plan for the ‘New (Hampstead Garden) Suburb’ (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Lytton Close, N2 Lytton Close, designed by G.G. Winbourne in 1935, is a Grade II-listed Modern Movement development (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Maple Court, N2 Maple Court is a building on Bishop’s Grove (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Market Place, N2 Market Place formed part of Unwin’s 1911-12 plan for the ‘New (Hampstead Garden) Suburb’ (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Maurice Walk, N2 Maurice Walk is a road in the northern section of Hampstead Garden Suburb (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Meadway Close, NW11 This is one of a number of Meadway-named road in the area (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Meadway Court, NW11 Meadway Court was designed by G.L. Sutcliffe in 1913 (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Meadway Gate, NW11 Meadway Gate marks the western end of Meadway as it joins Temple Fortune Lane (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Meadway, NW11 Meadway and the Great Wall form parallel axes running through the central area of Hampstead Garden Suburb. (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Middleway, NW11 The majority of Middleway was designed by J.C.S. Soutar in the 1920s in his neo-vernacular style (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Midholm Close, NW11 Midholm Close was designed in 1928 by C.U. Butler (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Midholm, NW11 Midholm lies north of Falloden Way (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Milton Close, N2 Milton Close was designed by C.G. Butler between 1934-1936 (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Morland Close, NW11 Morland Close is a crescent of expensive properties, facing the Hampstead Heath Extension (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Neville Drive, N2 Most houses on Neville Drive were built in the mid-1930s by a variety of architects, reflecting the economic realities of the period (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Nicolas Court, NW11 Nicolas Court is a block on Finchley Road (Golders Green)
Norrice Lea, N2 Norrice Lea is a road leading into Hampstead Garden Suburb from the A1 Lyttleton Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
North Square, NW11 North Square part of the original central area of Hampstead Garden Suburb, forming a rectangle with Central Square and South Square (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Northway, NW11 Northway runs from Central Square to Falloden Way (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Oakwood Road, NW11 Oakwood Road was laid out during the second phase of Hampstead Garden Suburb (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Ossulton Way, N2 Ossulton Way rises steeply out of Market Place running northwards to meet East End Road which forms the northern boundary of Hampstead Garden Suburb (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Ovania House, N2 Falcon House is a block on The Bishops Avenue (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
PO Box 4, NW11 This lies opposite its longer namesake - Midholm (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
President House, N2 President House is a block on Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Queens Court, NW11 Queens Court, a later Hampstead Garden Suburb block, was constructed on Hampstead Way in the 1920s (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Raeburn Close, NW11 Raeburn Close leads off Wildwood Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Reddington House, N2 Reddington House can be found on Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Reynolds Close, NW11 Reynolds Close lies off of Hampstead Way (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Risinghurst House, N2 Risinghurst House is a block on Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Romney Close, NW11 Romney Close leads off Hampstead Way (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Rowan Walk, N2 Rowan Walk was built in the mid-1930s by various architects including De Metz, Soutar, Katona, Butler, and Drury and Reekie (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Ruskin Close, NW11 Ruskin Close contains six houses (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Sequoia / Ossulton House, N2 Sequoia / Ossulton House is a building on Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Sheridan Walk, NW11 Sheridan Walk backs onto the Hoop Lane Jewish Cemetery (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
South Square, NW11 South Square is the name of the southern part of Central Square, Hampstead Garden Suburb (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Southway, NW11 Southway is one of a series of three roads with geographical names: Southway, Middleway and Northway (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Southwood Court, NW11 Southwood Court is a block on Bigwood Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Spaniards Close, NW11 Spaniards Close is so-named as it is located behind the Spaniards pub (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Spaniards Court, NW11 Spaniards Court is a building on Ingram Avenue (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Spaniards End, NW3 Spaniards End lies behind the eponymous inn (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Spencer Drive, N2 Spencer Drive is mid 1930s development within Hampstead Garden Suburb (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
St Edward’s Close, NW11 St Edward’s Close lies off Finchley Road (Golders Green)
Stanhope House, N2 Stanhope House is a block on Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Stowe House, NW11 Stowe House is one of a number of blocks of flats aimed towards housing working women (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Sutcliffe Close, NW11 Sutcliffe Close is a symmetrical close designed by J.W. Binge in 1926 in the Arts and Crafts style (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Temple Fortune Hill, NW11 Temple Fortune Hill is within the oldest part of Hampstead Garden Suburb (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Temple Fortune Lane, NW11 Temple Fortune Lane leads from Temple Fortune itself into Hampstead Garden Suburb (Temple Fortune)
Temple Grove, NW11 Temple Grove is a cul-de-sac running off Temple Fortune Lane (Temple Fortune)
The Bishops Avenue, N2 The Bishops Avenue is a prestigious road connecting East Finchley with the north side of Hampstead Heath at Kenwood (Hampstead Lane) (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
The Orchard, NW11 57 flats were built in The Orchard in 1909, one of the earliest developments of Hampstead Garden Suburb (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
The White House, N2 The White House is a block on The Bishops Avenue (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Thornton Way, NW11 Thornton Way is a visually diverse road with large detached and semi-detached homes from a range of 1920s architects (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Totnes Walk, N2 Totnes Walk was designed by J.A. Bateman in 1938 (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Turner Close, NW11 Turner Close contains some of the the more grand detached buildings, overlooking a green and showcasing the work of several architects. (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Turner Drive, NW11 Turner Drive is one of a number of Hampstead Garden Suburb roads named after artists (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Turners Wood, NW11 Turner’s Wood, built in 1916, was the final road of the original Hampstead Garden Suburb before the First World War brought work to an end (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Vipram House, N2 Vipram House is located on The Bishops Avenue (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Vivian Way, N2 This area was developed between 1934-1938 by various architects who had previously built extensively in Hampstead Garden Suburb. (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Waterlow Court, NW11 Waterlow Court was designed for ’businesswomen’ by Baillie Scott (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Wellgarth Road, NW11 Wellgarth Road connects North End Road with the Hampstead Heath Extension (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Wells House, N2 Wells House is a block on Canons Close (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Westholm, NW11 Westholm was developed just after the First World War to provide housing for rent at ’modest’ rates. (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Westwood House, N2 Westwood House is a block on Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
White Lodge Close, N2 White Lodge Close is a later infill road, off The Bishops Avenue (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Widecombe Way, N2 Widecombe Way lead north off Lyttleton Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Wild Hatch, NW11 Wild Hatch, now a small road, is part of an ancient route (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Wildwood Rise, NW11 The houses on Wildwood Rise were built between 1914-1917 (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Wildwood Road, NW11 Wildwood Road skirts around the Hampstead Heath Extension in an arc (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Willifield Way, NW11 Willifield Way runs south from ‘Crickmer Circus’ to meet Hampstead Way before the junction with Meadway (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Winnington Close, N2 Winnington Close lies off Winnington Road (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Winnington Road, N2 Winnington Road was added to Hampstead Garden Suburb in 1930 (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Woodside, NW11 Woodside leads off Erskine Hill (Hampstead Garden Suburb)
Wordsworth Walk, NW11 Wordsworth Walk was built between 1910 and 1911 by Herbert Welch, aged twenty-seven (Hampstead Garden Suburb)


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