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SULGRAVE MANOR

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  THE MANOR HOUSE AND ATTACHED BREWHOUSE
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A manor house built circa 1540-60 by Lawrence Washington. The house was altered circa 1700 and by the late 18th century had become a farmhouse, part of the originally house had been demolished by this time. Circa 1920-30 the left half of the house was rebuilt during the restoration of the building by Sir Reginald Blomfield. The house was original H-shaped in plan, but is now L-shaped. Built of coursed limestone rubble with a rendered porch and stone slate roofs. It was the family seat of George Washington.

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