Eastbury Manor House
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Eastbury is an Elizabethan merchant's house and Grade I listed building, built by Clement Sysley, a rich Essex merchant during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. Dating from the mid 16th century, tradition says the Gunpowder Plot was first contrived here. It is an exceptionally good example of a brick-built manor house of the period and there are notable 17th-century wall paintings on the first floor. The house is open to the public and is also used as an arts, heritage and community centre.
NOTE: Major building work expected to commence early in 2008: some areas will be inaccessible to visitors.
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Eastbury is an Elizabethan merchant's house and Grade I listed building, built by Clement Sysley, a rich Essex merchant during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. ... More