16th Century Farmhouse in England

Good Monday morning dear readers. Hope your weekend was sunny and bright.
I'm taking you over to England today. This house in Sussex was built over 500 years ago. First it was an arable farm, then a herb farm supplying the flowers for Mitcham lavender water. Its most recent re-incarnation was as a stud farm - the sand school is now a tennis court. Not many photographs I'm afraid and I would have loved to see the inside of the conservatory but well, this is what we have.

All images and information from PeriodHouse.

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