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Sutton House

2 & 4 Homerton High Street
Greater London
E9 6JQ

Sutton House, the oldest house in London's East End, is a rare example of a Tudor red-brick house. It was built in 1535 by Sir Rafe Sadleir, Principal Secretary of State for Henry VIII, with 18th-century alterations and later additions. Many early details are displayed, even in rooms of later periods, including original linenfold panelling and 17th-century wallpaintings.
  • There is an exhibition on the history of the house.
  • Changing shows of contemporary art and sculpture, concerts, craft fairs and other events.
  • Café/Bar
  • Shop
  • Ground floor only accessible to wheelchairs. No lift. W.C.

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    Bus: Frequent services from central London.
    Rail: Hackney Central mile; Hackney Downs ½ mile via Liverpool Street, Highbury and Islington underground.

    Sutton House Postcode for SatNav: E9 6JQ


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