Anne Boleyns Walk, SM3
Road, existing between the 1930s and now
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Anne Boleyns Walk represents a cohesive example of the historic development and expansion of Cheam’s centre.
The road has a typical inter-war suburban form and represents a cohesive example of the historic development and expansion of Cheam district centre. The area has a high townscape value and architectural quality with consistent mock-Tudor architecture and construction detail/materials such as tile hanging, magpie work and painted timbers.Licence:
Just outside Cheam stands Henry VIII’s Nonsuch Palace was the inspiration for the name of Anne Boleyns Walk.
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