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ST MICHAEL’S CONVENT, PARK HILL, STREATHAM COMMON

ST MICHAEL’S CONVENT, PARK HILL, STREATHAM COMMON

View of dairy kitchen at Park Hill. Built c.1830 by William Leaf, a banker and silk merchant of Streatham, it was the home of Sir Henry Tate, the sugar magnate (Tate and Lyle), who lived here from 1885. The house was converted into a convent in 1923. The building and grounds were redeveloped as a luxury residential complex between 2001 and 2002.
Details
Collection:Gower Collection
Image type:Photograph
Artist:G. Gower
Ref:04889
Identifier:G.Gower Negatives
Date:1999

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

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