Can anyone tell me about the sentence from (Sherlock Holmes series) Norwood Builder by Conan Dolye?
Mr. Oldacre is a bachelor, fifty-two years of age, and lives in Deep Dene House, at the Sydenham end of the road of that name.
Here, the last part, "the road of that name", is what I am unsure of.
My understanding is "at the Sydenham side of Sydenham road." But can this be interpreted as "at the Sydenham side of Deep Dene road" too?
Is what "that" indicates obvious here, or can it be ambiguous?