The Grange, Mottingham Lane, Mottingham, 1986


One of the earliest of Mottingham's Victorian houses, built before the arrival of the railway in 1866.

For many years it was the home of Sir George and Lady Woodman, well known local philanthropists who named it 'The Grange'. Sir George had made his money as a merchant tailor.

Although extended on a number of occasions it retains many original features.

See historic maps of Mottingham