The Tudor House at East Hagbourne in Southern Oxfordshire

My watercolour of the front of Tudor house at East Hagborne.

Tudor House dates from the 17th century and lays in the middle of the picturesque village of East Hagbourne in Southern Oxfordshire.  The village contains at least 45 listed buildings including its church and a nice pub – The Fleur de Lys, which also apparently dates from the 17 century.

A walk along the Main Road reveals a whole series of really nice houses though I imagine that you’d need to be quite wealthy to live here – but it is a nice place, an exceptional village with a bit of character – and if you like half timbered architecture well worth a visit.

Tudor House itself is quite a landmark , originally it was a three storey farm House that retains a large thatched barn and a large well cared for garden next to the 15th century village cross.

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