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Ightham Mote (pronounced "item moat"), Ivy Hatch, Sevenoaks, Kent, England. The structural timbers of the house, have been dated to 1475

Ightham Mote, Kent. A 14th-century moated manor house preswerved by the National Trust. Described by David Starkey as 'one of the most beautiful and interesting of English country houses'.Built nearly 700 years ago, this house has seen many changes and been owned by Medieval knights, courtiers to Henry VIII and high society Victorians. The building is surrounded by peaceful gardens with an orchard, water features, lakes and woodland walks.

Old English house

Leaving the Ightham Mote Courtyard over the West Bridge toward the 15th century Cottages in the distance. Kent, England, UK

Knot Garden, Burton House

Ightam Mote, 14th Century moated Manor, Kent, UK

These 16th Century thatched cottages in Charlton, Andover were once the Buck and Dog Public House by Anguskirk, via Flickr

~Chelsea, London~ during the week of Chelsea Flower Show