27 Nov '15, 9pm

A Picturesque English Village https://t.co/bvSFSfNs6D

A Picturesque English Village https://t.co/bvSFSfNs6D

This is a repurposed village. Many of the oak frame wattle & daub cottages in Wherwell, England were built in the early 16th century after Henry VIII disbanded Wherwell Abbey. The cottage, 28 Church Street (below), is around 500 years old with oak beams most likely reclaimed from the Abbey. Watch the video for signs of reclaimed materials taken from the abbey scattered throughout the village.

Full article: http://naturalhomes.org/wherwell.htm

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