Charlton House

This manor built between 1607 and 1612 for the preceptor of prince Henri, James I's eldest sons, is the best example of James I architecture in London. In brick with stone linking, this manor demonstrates Gothic spirit by its mullion windows and its small dome towers. The central front part, which forms a recessed balcony, breaks the possible monotony.

Useful information

Address:

Charlton Road, SE7 8RE London

Opening hours

[telephone for timetable]

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