Rural area between Biggin Hill and New Addington
The boundary continues to run northwards emerging from Mollards Wood. At Crown Ash Lane it turns west going at an angle slightly north of the lane to reach Skid Hill Lane.
Countryside area surrounding patches of housing developments
Post to the west Skid Hill
Post to the south Norheads Lane
On the border
Crown Ash Lane
On the London, Bromley side of the border
Norheads Farm. Red brick farmhouse with 1715 on the date stone. Listed but It has been conversted to offices. There has been a farm at Norheads since Norman times. The old spelling of the word was ‘Norrads’. It was built for John Glover and shows the prosperity of the farm. fire marks issued by early insurance companies are fixed to the outside of the house. The Mormon family of Bromley Common owned the farm in the late 1880s.
Skid hill House
Skid hill farm. The farm includes an SSSI where neglected grassland has been restored to chalk grassland with bee and pyramid orchids, yellow rattle, deer abnd buzzards
London Borough of Bromley. Web site
Pevsner and Cherry. South London