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See Chapter 11 in Neil Rhind's "Blackheath Village & Environs, 1790-1990"

The east side of Tranquil Vale can be divided into three distinct section which were developed and redeveloped quite independently of each other.

Nos 36-50 Tranquil Vale - originally a development of shops in 1822 on the garden of the Three Tuns. Rebuilt 1885 in their present form.

Nos 52-56 Tranquil Vale - The Three Tuns, (No 52) its out-houses and stables with the latter rebuilt to form form shop premises. The whole site rebuilt in its present form in 1884-85.

Nos 58-74 - This group was in existence as Tranquil Place by 1802. No 58 was much altered in 1878 and Nos 70-74 rebuilt in 1879-80 as Highland House. The whole terrace was known as Tranquil Place until 1882.
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