Anderson Grove is a street located in central Hutt in Lower Hutt. The origins of the street name are not entirely clear, but it is possible that the street was named after a prominent local resident or landowner.
One possibility is that the street was named after William Anderson, who was a member of the New Zealand Legislative Council in the late 19th century. Anderson was a successful businessman who owned several properties in the Hutt Valley, including a large estate in what is now the suburb of Woburn.
Another possibility is that the street was named after James Anderson, who was a farmer and landowner in the Hutt Valley in the mid-19th century. Anderson owned a large amount of land in the area, including what is now central Hutt, and played a key role in the development of the region.
Regardless of the true origins of the street name, Anderson Grove remains an important part of the Hutt Valley community.