Eringate & Centennial & West Deane
West Deane Park was farmland before the land was bought in the 1930s by construction magnate Percy Law. On the land, Law raised cattle and racehorses, kept a storage depot for construction equipment and built a Colonial Revival style home. In the 1960s the land was sold to developer, Edmund Peachey, who built much of the development. Peachey named the area West Deane Park after his wife, whose first name was Deane. Today the area is populated with a variety of income levels, backgrounds and housing types.