Eastbury Manor, Barking, United Kingdom. Architect: Unknown, 1572.
|:||Eastbury Manor, Barking, United Kingdom. Architect: Unknown, 1572. View of drawing parlour with fresco remains on wall.|
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|:||Eastbury Manor, Barking, United Kingdom. Architect: Unknown, 1572.|
|:||Eastbury Manor was built in the 1570s by a wealthy merchant Clement Sisley, who purchased the land after the dissolution of Barking Abbey. It was probably the first brick built building in the area at that time; it had glass windows and very high chimneys, indicating the wealth of the owner. Eastbury Manor House is now managed by the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham but is a part of the National Trust. The House was given Grade I listed status in 1954.|
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