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Report - Buxshalls Manor, West Sussex - May 2021


Dragon Temper
28DL Full Member
This was the last explore @Landie_Man and I did after we did Shoreham. There was a definite end of the day feel here, as we spent about half an hour or so here. A brief history: the house was built in a Greek Revival style in 1825 and became a care home sometime in the 20th century, before closing down in or around the 2011 mark. I've not been able to find too much about the site, so excuse me if I'm mistaken on the dates - going on some old resident papers found in there with 2011 written on!

The Explore:

I'd seen this place crop up on Facebook a couple of times and from the photos, it looked quite nice. However, after getting there it was evident that some sort of work had gone on since the pics were taken - a lot of ceilings have been ripped down which is a huge shame. The building dates from 1825 so for the ceilings to be destroyed is quite a pity! But, saying that, there were some lovely architectural remains still there, including a few decorative cornices, the staircase and a couple of nice fireplaces. Sadly the rest is quite a shell now. Enjoy the photos!



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And finally a nice old bath!

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Thanks for readin'!

Calamity Jane

i see beauty in the unloved, places & things
Regular User
Still has some nice features. Is this the one that the main house would be retained and refurbished to providing three dwellings and eight apartments.?

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