Although 18th Century in appearance, Firle Place was originally built in Tudor times on the site of an earlier house by Sir John Gage. Much of the original building remains beneath the eighteenth century masonry and plasterwork of the house we see today.
Significant features within the house include the screen of fluted Ionic columns in the Drawing Room designed by William Kent and the distinctive Long Gallery, which is thought to have been designed by Colen Campbell.
Welcome to Firle. One of England's finest country estates.
Round 1: Valuation
Round 3: Bamboozle
All items kindly supplied by The Morris Collins Collection