Stately Homes, Castles and Gardens to Visit in East Sussex

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Showing 6 properties in East Sussex

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Firle Place - East Sussex
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Mellow and unassuming 18th century house rebuilt around an early Tudor core belies the richness of its contents; old master paintings by Van Dyck, Rubens and de Koninck, with English portraits by Reynolds, Zoffany, Gainsborough and Lawrence. English and F... read more
Glynde Place - East Sussex
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Winner of the 2017 HHA/Sotheby's Restoration Award

Built in 1569 of local Sussex flint with Caen stone dressings around a courtyard, the house is a good example of an Elizabethan manor for an estate that has been in the same family since th... read more
Great Dixter - East Sussex
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Built c.1450 and one of the largest surviving timber-framed halls in the country. Restored and extended in 1910 by Sir Edwin Lutyens. A hall house dating from around 1500 was also added. Having been originally located at nearby Benendon, it was dismantled... read more
Pashley Manor Gardens - East Sussex
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Visit Pashley Manor Gardens, on the border of Sussex and Kent, to see Romantic English landscaping and artistic planting framed by fine old trees, fountains and ponds, with the unusual Tudor/Georgian manor house, which is a private family home not open to... read more
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NB this property does not offer free access to HHA Friends and Members.

Early 18th century farmhouse set in beautiful countryside on the edge of the Weald, with views over the South Downs in a one hectare garden which contains many m... read more
Michelham Priory - East Sussex
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Founded as an Augustinian priory in 1229. At the dissolution of the monasteries the church was demolished. Transformed into a Tudor gentleman's residence and later a farmhouse, the building was restored in the early part of the 20th century. Set on a moat... read more