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Manor House, Bexley (also known as Place Green House)


Since 1952 the house has been used for Council offices and the gardens have suffered further encroachment for car parking. A few Corsican and Scots pines survive to the south, a notable cedar of Lebanon stands in the front garden of a house to the west and there is a large Arbutus north-west of the house.

Visitor Access & Directions

Access Contact Details

Opening is unrestricted.


Rail: Sidcup. Bus: 160, 229, 269, 286, B14
  • Conservation Area
  • Reference: The Green, Sidcup


The Manor House, formerly Place Green House, was built c.1790 by Charles S Minshaw on land acquired from the Frognal Estate where Shotts Farm stood. The garden is thought to have been laid out around the same time. In 1905 Manor House was bought by E J Elgood who then sold the north part for the Grassington Road residential development.


  • 18th Century
  • Late 18th Century


  • London Parks and Gardens Trust