National Trust - Sutton House
38 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
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One of Londons last remaining tudor houses. Sutton house was built in 1535 by Sir Ralph Sadleir. By 1540 he was Secretary of State to Heny VIII and his as his family home.
The oldest house in the Borough of Hackney and a National Trust property . Learn about the Tudor history of this building and enjoy the courtyard.
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