The Merchants house

Suits any period from 1580 to the present day

Very late Tudor style,although displaying a wealthy
owners use of close studding in the framework much
used in earlier centuries the house exhibits
refinements such as a central chimney stack which
would warm all rooms of the house

Special commission version
6 room version
Combined with Tavern

On a base 31" long 16"wide, 27" high plus chimney 6"
 
Four large rooms,two 15"by 14" and two 15" by 12".
 ground floor
L/hand, parlour/sitting room with wooden stairs to first floor and large fireplace,
 R/hand room, kitchen with flagstone floor and
large inglenook fireplace. First floor ,two interlinking bedrooms, one with a fireplace
heavily timbered throughout.

Combined with Old Mill
Version with gable chimney
Kitchen Inglenook and interior pictures
Inserted Bow window
Suits any period from 1580 to present day
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This beautiful House is featured on the front cover of Brian Longs new
book, the book contains a wealth of information on how the people of
the time furnished their homes. The book is published by :-

1500
lighting extra

       Two pictures of the Merchants house interior sent in by one of my customers

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