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Sutton House

by Mike Gray, Mike Gray

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Sutton House was built in 1535 by a prominent courtier of Henry VIII, Sir Ralph Sadleir. The house retains much of the atmosphere and character of a Tudor house despite some alterations by later occupants who included a succession of merchants. Huguenot silk-weavers and Victorian schoolmistresses. The house contains oak-panelled rooms, original carved fireplaces, wall decorations and the charming internal courtyard, as well as a Tudor kitchen and intimate Georgian and Victorian rooms.… (more)
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Guide book to a gem of a property. The oldest house in the East End of London dating from 1535. ( )
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Sutton House was built in 1535 by a prominent courtier of Henry VIII, Sir Ralph Sadleir. The house retains much of the atmosphere and character of a Tudor house despite some alterations by later occupants who included a succession of merchants. Huguenot silk-weavers and Victorian schoolmistresses. The house contains oak-panelled rooms, original carved fireplaces, wall decorations and the charming internal courtyard, as well as a Tudor kitchen and intimate Georgian and Victorian rooms.

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