London Photo, Henry VIII's Manor House, Chelsea

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London photo, Henry VIII's Manor House, Chelsea

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A blue plaque marks the spot where a manor house owned by King Henry VIII stood on Cheyne Walk, Chelsea. The manor was last occupied by the famous collector, Sir Hans Sloane, and was pulled down in 1753 following Sloane's death. The manor house garden still stands, and it contains mulberry trees thought to have been planted by Queen Elizabeth I.

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