Sutton Court

Sutton Court, Stowey, also known as Stowey Court, is a large English house built on the site of a fourteenth century castle, with sections built in the fifteenth and sixteenth century.

It is in the area of North Somerset, in an area now part of Bath and North East Somerset, near to the villages of Bishop Sutton and Stowey.

Read more about Sutton Court:  Construction, History, Listed Building, Current Usage

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Sutton Court - Current Usage
... apartments set in eight acres (3 ha) of communal grounds, including a trout lake and tennis court ...
Stowey - Landmarks - Sutton Court
... Sutton Court, also known as Stowey Court, is a large house built on the site of a 14th-century castle, with sections built in the 15th and 16th century ... Life at Sutton Court was described by John St ... A curtain wall to the north of Sutton Court with a gazebo is also listed ...

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