Court House

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Court House


With Hillside, Down House and Challoners, Court House was one of the four farmhouses of Rottingdean, being the base for Court Farm, whose barns were generally in the area of Tudor Close.


Like the neighbouring Down House, the house was refaced in Georgian times with squared, knapped, flints to produce a more impressive frontage.


From 1915, Court House was the residence of Dr Lishman and his successor Dr Webster, hence the name ‘Doctor’s Hill’ being applied to this corner of Rottingdean.

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Taken in the 1920's
Taken in the 1920's

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Taken in 1938
Taken in 1938

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Square Knapped Flints
Square Knapped Flints

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Taken in the 1920's
Taken in the 1920's

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