King Edward III Manor House, Rotherhithe

King Edward III Manor House, Rotherhithe

Over 650 years ago King Edward III, who reigned from 1327-77, built a residence at Rotherhithe. The building was constructed on a low lying island surrounded by marshland. The king’s original building consisted of a range of stone buildings around a court; part of the walls still stand today.

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