Cranbury Avenue runs east to west from Onslow Road to Derby Road. It dates back to the 1840s; the Town Map of 1845-46 shows the street with a few houses, although it is not yet named. It was named after Cranbury Park, the home of the Chamberlayne family who owned much of the land in the Newtown / Nicholstown area. A surviving terrace of houses on the south side of the street at its western end, nos. 1-11, was built in the 1840s and are Grade II listed.

1-11 Cranbury Avenue

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Photograph, c.2000


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Further reading:

Stories of Southampton Streets, by A. G. K. Leonard, p74 (HS/h)
Southampton Occasional Notes 2nd Series, by ‘Townsman’, p74. (HS/h)


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