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Eastbury Manor House was built by Clement Sysley in the reign of Elizabeth I. The Manor is a brick building, not usual at that time, with glass windows and tall chimneys. These features indicate the architect had a generous budget. The interior of the building consisting of two completed floors with a large attic above. Of particular note is the timber-beamed ceiling on the top floor, and the original fireplace on the ground floor.  2 minutes Upney tube