A Victorian house in Ordnance Road, built in 1883. It may have been occupied by George Boyling, the builder responsible for most of the houses in Ordnance Road. These houses were built to a high specification to ensure good quality homes for the staff of the nearby Ordnance Survey and other professional people. Its name recalls Nathaniel St. Andre (1680-1766) who built and lived at Bellevue, a large 18th century mansion which stood on a site to the north of Ordnance Road. Bellevue was demolished in 1886.


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