Heath Hill Farm appears on maps from 1898 to the mid-1960s when it was described as ‘in ruins’. The farm was above the east side of Racehill Valley where the factories were built in the 1960s.
Census Records for Heath Hill Farm
1891 George H Goodwin – farmer and his family.
1901 Heath Hill has three families listed, James Butcher – carpenter journeyman and his family, Charles Bullen – cowman and his family, George Turner – farmer and his family.
1911 Charles Bullen, Cowman his wife Mary and 2 sons. Address given as Heath Hill Cottages, Race Hill, Brighton.
Heath Hill Farm is shown on the 1897 OS map by the side of a track that went from Bevendean Farm up to the Warren Road.
The farm has not been found on any earlier maps, but is shown on a map from 1920 and by the 1960s Heath Hill Farm is listed as in ruins.
Heath Hill Farm as described in the Auction sale catalogue in 1912.
Cottage adjoining, containing: Kitchen, Scullery and Wash-house and two Bedrooms.
The Land, which is now in the occupation of Messrs. J. T. Woodroe and W. Wright is well adapted for Dairy and Poultry Farming.