Lee Abbey :: Shared Description

Grade II listed house dating from the 1850s, extended in the 1920s and 1960s - see LinkExternal link.

Originally a private house, it was bought in 1924 with a view to converting it into a golfing hotel, resulting in the 1920s extension to the south of the original building. However the venture was not a success and bankruptcy followed. During the Second World War the building served as a school for evacuated boys. In 1945 it was purchased by a group of people who had run Christian house parties in school holidays during the war, and now serves as a Christian community and conference/retreat centre.
by Ian Capper

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SS6949 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS7049 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Gatehouse, Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Gatehouse, Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS7049 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Gatehouse, Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Gatehouse, Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper
SS6949 : Lee Abbey by Ian Capper


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Created: Wed, 27 Jun 2018, Updated: Wed, 27 Jun 2018

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