Hall Place is a stunning Tudor house with magnificent gardens sitting on the banks of the River Cray in Bexley, run by independent charity Bexley Heritage Trust.
Hall Place is a stately home in the London Borough of Bexley in south-east London, built in 1537 for Sir John Champneys, a wealthy merchant and former Lord Mayor of London. The house was extended in 1649 by Sir Robert Austen, a merchant from Tenterden in Kent. The house is a Grade I listed building and Scheduled Ancient Monument, and surrounded by a 65-hectare award winning garden. It is situated on the A223, Bourne Road, south of Watling Street (A207) and north of the 'Black Prince' interchange of the A2 Rochester Way and the A220.
Images taken as a tutor during Digital Photography class outings run by The Learning Centre Bexley and at other times.
Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory Detail:United Kingdom
Keywords:Bexley, Hall Place, gardens, heritage, kent
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