It's not far away and if you need a shopping trolley, you've got the wrong building.
Don't look too long or you might see a face in this tree - where?
This photo is from one of Jeff's walk near Brighton and is a
favourite spot for hang and para gliders - the Devil's Dyke.
This is Foxcombe House near Harting, Built in 1939
History: this house was built on the site of Castle Farmhouse, which was built in 1786 for St Harry Fetherstonhaugh as an estate farmhouse to Up Park, and which was demolished in 1939 to be replaced by the present structure. It is reputed that some of the stone used in Castle Farmhouse came from an earlier house (Ladywell), and some of the stone in the present structure may be reused from Castle Farmhouse. Thanks to British Listed Buildings.Share on Twitter Share on Facebook