Small by NT standards – you could actually imagine living here. Although the house is Tudor in origin, the interior is basically 1930s – 1950s, and I counted 3 TVs and a food mixer. I particularly liked the water colours and would say that it is worth visiting for these alone.
A couple of very small formal gardens approached through medieval ruins.
Access to an area of open grass and woodland through the Japanese-style Moon Gate with open views across the neighbouring countryside. Good for a gentle stroll. solar-powered thatched ice-house.
On the day that I visited, there were at least three red kites flying low over the house and grounds. Although these are now quite common in this area, they still manage to carry a wow factor.
Overpriced and underwhelming.
Greys Court, a set on Flickr.
- Quirky Grey’s Court (mostlymotley.wordpress.com)