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The residential development of Deepdene Park, Dorking since 1920

Alan A. Jackson

The residential development of Deepdene Park, Dorking since 1920

by Alan A. Jackson

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Published by Local History Group, Dorking and Leith Hill District Preservation Society in Dorking ((c/o Oakley Printing, 8 West St., Dorking, Surrey)) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Real estate development -- England -- Dorking (Surrey) -- History -- 20th century.,
  • Dorking (Surrey) -- Dwellings -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAlan A. Jackson.
    ContributionsDorking and Leith Hill District Preservation Society. Local History Group.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD610.D6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination27p. :
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19309536M

    Deepdene Care Centre, Dorking. likes 10 talking about this 95 were here. Deepdene is a modern purpose built 66 bedded care home registered to provide residential, nursing and care for people /5(9). Road Directions. The Trail's address is The Deepdene Trail, Deepdene Avenue, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 4AZ. Use RH4 1SD for parking. For satellite navigation purposes, if travelling by car do not use The Trail postcode as there is no parking on site, use the one above instead as that takes you directly to Dorking Halls car park.

      It is currently estimated by the DTF that Dorking Deepdene serves around , passengers per year, with approximately one third of these interchanging between Deepdene and Dorking . From Dorking High Street, proceed to the Deepdene roundabout and take the third exit southbound on the A24 (Deepdene Avenue). Take the first turning on the left into Deepdene Drive. Proceed up Deepdene Drive, ignoring Deepdene Park Road on the left, and continue passing South Drive on the right. Woodlands will.

      Deepdene forms the eastern end of the string of city park known as the Olmsted Linear Parks. It is the largest and the only one designed as a walking trail woodland. The other five are grassy 'pastoral' parks, and are fine parks in their own right. Along with Lake Claire Park, Deepdene is my 'home' park - I live very near.4/5(1). This event took place on: Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th June Time: 10am to 4pm Book your day ticket now at Dorking Halls Box Office or - limited numbers available!. This summer, The Deepdene Trail welcomes live theatre for your delight with four al fresco performances of scenes from Shakespeare's most celebrated plays, set in the atmospheric Deepdene Trail's gardens.


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The residential development of Deepdene Park, Dorking since 1920 by Alan A. Jackson Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Residential Development of Deepdene Park, Dorking since by Alan A. Jackson A study of the development of the land, from pleasure garden to middle class housing estate.

Donated by a Museum supporter. 28 pages. Dorking Museum The Residential Development of Deepdene Park, Dorking since £ Quantity.

Add to Cart. by Alan A. Jackson. A study of the development of the land, from pleasure garden to middle class housing estate. Donated by a Museum supporter. 28 pages. Published in The Deepdene was the grandest of all the estates in Dorking, and is mentioned in the Domesday Book.

After more than years in the Hope family it served as a hotel, and then the Southern Railway HQ during the war, before being demolished in Edition Notes 'This book combines two earlier publications: Doris Mercer's The Deepdene, Dorking: Rise and Decline through Six Centuries, first published in vol LXXI, of Surrey Archaeological Collections and reprinted for the Dorking & District Preservation Society in as a separate booklet and (Alan A.

Jackson's) The Residential Development of Deepdene Park, Dorking since   In the s the estate was broken up as Maurice Chance developed some of the grounds for housing. The house became a grand hotel. A bypass of the town, (one of the first in the country), ruined the gardens.

Occupied by the Southern Railway throughout the Second World War, it never reverted to residential use. The Deepdene was demolished in The residential development of Deepdene Park, Dorking since by Alan A.

Jackson 1 edition - first published in To the east of the site is low-density residential development in what was formerly part of the Deepdene pleasure grounds. Cutting into the hillside to the south-east of the house site is a steep-sided dene, a dry valley running north-west/south-east at right angles to the Greensand ridge which marks the southern boundary of the pre estate.

The Deepdene Trail. The Deepdene Trail is a walking trail, just a 15 minute stroll from Dorking town centre and railway stations. Visitors are able to enjoy free access to one of the country’s most historically significant gardens – privately owned since their creation in the 17th Century.

Deepdene was an estate and country house occupying land to the southeast of Dorking, Surrey, England, the aspects of it that remain being a large minority of its woodland garden, interwoven amidst Dorking Golf remains of the gardens are Grade II* listed with the adjoining Chart Park on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.

Those of us familiar with Dorking in Surrey know the Dorking Deepdene railway station and the Deepdene Roundabout with the cockerel in the middle.

There is also Deepdene House, a modern office block occupied by Kuoni, built on the site of the historic mansion. The new Deepdene Trail runs through the extensive woodlands in the grounds. The Deepdene estate was developed for housing in the he s (by Maurice Chance) and the house became a hotel.

Then a bypass road was driven through the gardens and the Southern Railway took over Deepdene House during the Second World War. It was finally demolished in The Deepdene Trail is a brand new walking trail, just a 15 minute stroll from Dorking's town centre and railway stations.

Download our new App from the App Store or at Google Play. Visitors are able to enjoy free access to one of the country's most historically significant gardens - privately owned since their creation in the 17th Century.

The once famed Deepdene estate was thought completely to be lost to the ravages of time, having suffered the fate of many of the great English country estates in the 20th Century. Its rediscovery and reopening has been one of the great heritage success stories.

Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Sold House Prices in Deepdene Park Road, Dorking, Surrey, RH5. Use Rightmove online house price checker tool to find out exactly how much properties sold for in Deepdene Park Road, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 since (based on official Land Registry data).

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View our wide selection of houses and flats for sale in Deepdene Drive, Dorking RH5. History and development. Dorking began to become more than an agricultural village as a small staging post on Stane Street, the Roman road between London and Chichester on the English Channel. Dorking appears in Domesday Book of as the Manor of was held by William the Domesday assets were: one church, three mills worth 15s 4d, 16 ploughs, 3 acres ( ha) of OS grid reference: TQ Analysis of routes served by Deepdene and Dorking Main suggest that the majority of these would be interchanging to destinations east of Deepdene, i.e.

Reigate/Redhill and the Gatwick development area and beyond, from locations to the north of the district and along the SW London direct rail routes to Dorking from Waterloo and Victoria stations.

Deepdene was an estate & country house, a hillside manor that descended from earlier Earls of Surrey throughout the middle ages to the 23rd Earl. Dorking Museum, Dorking, United Kingdom.

1, likes 61 talking about this were here. Dorking Museum aims to preserve and present the heritage of Dorking and its surrounding villages and /5(10). A second station in Dorking was opened on 1 February on the same route, and was originally named "Box Hill and Leatherhead Road"; this was shortened to "Box Hill" in March the same year.

The RG&RR was soon absorbed by the South Eastern Railway (SER). The station at Box Hill was temporarily closed from 1 Januaryand reopened on 1 January Local authority: District of Mole Valley.Betchworth Park Golf Club, a short way along on the left of the dirt track. It is possible (but not recommended) to start at Dorking Golf Club, off Deep-dene Avenue, postcode RH5 4BX (they allow visitors to Deepdene).

You can also start at (either) Dorking station, with a short walk to Deepdene.Deepdene Care Centre has a Review Score of () out of 10 based on reviews in the last 2 years. Over all time Deepdene Care Centre has 61 reviews with an Average Rating of out of 5.

Total of 61, showing /5(61).