Southover Grange :: Shared Description

Southover Grange, Lewes was formerly known as Southover House or Southover Priory. It was built by William Newton in 1572. The date is placed on the spandrels of the Newton Room fireplace

In the 1790s the Prince of Wales, who later became the Prince Regent and King George IV, often stayed at the Grange, sleeping in what is now known as the Regentís bedroom

The gardens are divided into two almost equal parts by the Winterbourne stream and are remarkable for some magnificent trees.

Outside the Ainsworth Room on the charming stone-flagged terrace is sculpture by John Skelton and nearby is a fine Magnolia Grandiflora and an equally fine Mulberry tree.
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TQ4109 : Southover Grange by Paul Gillett
TQ4109 : Flowerbed at Southover Grange by Paul Gillett
TQ4109 : Southover Grange flowers Aug 2019 by Paul Gillett
TQ4109 : Southover Grange Gardens by Paul Gillett
TQ4109 : Flowerbeds in Southover Grange by Paul Gillett
TQ4109 : Narcissus at Southover Grange by Paul Gillett
TQ4109 : Southover Grange, Lewes by PAUL FARMER
TQ4109 : Southover Grange by Paul Gillett
TQ4109 : Southover Grange gardens by Paul Gillett
TQ4109 : Flowerbed - Southover Grange by Paul Gillett
TQ4109 : Stone Sculpture - Southover Grange by Paul Gillett
TQ4109 : Southover Grange by Paul Gillett
TQ4109 : Southover Grange by Paul Gillett
TQ4109 : Winterbourne Stream, Southover Grange by Paul Gillett
TQ4109 : Statue 'The Madrigal comes to England' in grounds of Southover Grange, Lewes by PAUL FARMER
TQ4109 : Lawn in Southover Grange Grounds by Paul Gillett
TQ4109 : Flowerbed at Southover Grange by Paul Gillett


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Created: Sun, 3 Oct 2010, Updated: Sun, 3 Oct 2010

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