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ST MICHAEL’S CONVENT, PARK HILL, STREATHAM COMMON

ST MICHAEL’S CONVENT, PARK HILL, STREATHAM COMMON

Interior view showing the front door, Park Hill, (similar in design to the doors at the Tate Library Streatham). Built in c.1830 by William Leaf, a banker and silk merchant of Streatham; Sir Henry Tate, the sugar magnate (Tate and Lyle), lived here from 1885. The house was converted into a convent in 1923. The building and grounds were sold and redeveloped as a luxury residential complex between 2001 and 2002.
Details
Collection:Gower Collection
Image type:Photograph
Artist:G. Gower
Ref:04882
Identifier:G.Gower Negatives
Date:1999

#1976 to date  #BUILDINGS / ARCHITECTURE  #Graham Gower Collection  #Photograph  #RELIGION  #STREATHAM COMMON 

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