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This large, Grade II-listed mansion was originally built in 1558 for Sir William West.
Built originally in 1558: rebuilt in 1764
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Patcham Place was originally built in 1558 for Sir William West, Lord de la Warr, but was rebuilt with a ...
From mansion to youth hostel
Standing on the other side of the London Road, this large, Grade II-listed mansion was originally built in 1558 for ...
Housed in Patcham Place in 1930s
A ghostly visit When the new housing estate was built in Patcham in the early 1930s, my family moved from London ...
Map of Patcham Village
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