Headstone Manor and Museum
Inside the attic room of Headstone Manor. Headstone Manor is a 14th Century Grade 1 listed moated manor house in suburban London. It was the former London residence of the Archbishops of Canterbury and was a former possession of Henry VIII. It has been recently restored from almost total dereliction by a Heritage Lottery Fund grant into a thriving small museum. Seen here is the attic room of the manor house before restoration, showing just how far from grace the magnificent building had fallen.