Vincent's Walk looks out over Houndwell Park from the west. It was in existence in 1829 when it was described in Baker's guide of that year as a gravelled footpath. The original terrace of buildings dates from the 1830s or early 1840s, but they were demolished after World War Two. It was probably named after the Earl of St Vincent, Admiral of the Fleet, who died in 1823.
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