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Tudor house surviving in the heart of a thriving East London community

Built in 1535 by prominent courtier of Henry VIII, Sir Ralph Sadleir, Sutton House retains much of the atmosphere of a Tudor home despite some alterations by later occupants, including a succession of merchants, Huguenot silkweavers, and squatters. Discover oak-panelled rooms, original carved fireplaces and a charming courtyard.

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What is the Breaker's Yard all about?

The Grange at Breakers Yard. Taking pride of place at Sutton House

The Grange at Breakers Yard. Taking pride of place at Sutton House

The Breaker's Yard is our new Pocket Park designed by Dan Lobb in collaboration with The House Fairy Tales. Inside the caravan is the National Trust's smallest stately home..

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