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Report - Steep Park House, Sussex - Nov 11

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Another great explore with monk to potters manor nr crowborough, we found it thanks to flash earth after our first failed attempt but was worth the effort when we got there, unfortunatly its trashed but still well worth a visit, sooner than later if your thinking about it because i dont think it will last much longer.

potters manor was built in 1904 by architect hugh jokin, the last owner was a french born artist and potter james francis walford who lived there with his wife murial walford, the house was originally named steep park house and the name potters manor was thought to come from james walford and his connection with the craft potters association, the house sits on an 11.8 acre site, the house is for sale at £1.5 million with planning permision for development.

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the remains of the stairs

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whats left of the once cared for garden

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