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Sutton House is a Tudor red-brick manor which was home to Thomas Sutton, who founded the Charterhouse almshouse..
Sutton House is a Tudor red-brick manor which was home to Thomas Sutton, who founded the Charterhouse almshouse.
2 & 4 Homerton High St, E9 6JQ
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