Located in the London Borough of Bexley, this quaint estate was built in 1537 and intended as a country home for the former Lord Mayer of London, Sir John Champneys. The house has seen a number of stately tenants including the Austens, the Dashwoods and, in 1944, the U.S. Army's Signal Corps 6811th Signal Service Detachment.
On your visit be sure to tour not only the Tudor Great Hall and period rooms but also stroll the award-winning formal gardens (topiaries and all).
Stop by this Grade I listed estate and you'll be sure to get a firsthand experience of 16th century country life.
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