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The manor house was built in 1622-3 and is an English Jacobean manor house built for Dame Mary Reade. On the east side is the drawing room, this is the room that Boston Manor House is so famous for. The drawing room has a Jacobean ceiling designed by the 17th-century Dutch artist Marcus Gheeraerts, with high relief mouldings that are acknowledged to be excellent examples of the Jacobean period.  Boston Manor tube