One of Edward Wilkins descendants, Evan Wilkins, built this house in the late 18 th century. It was a more gentrified property than Little Frampton and was set in 155 acres of farmland. It left the family in 1862 when the heiress, Emma, died and the land passed on to her husband Col. Gould.
Later the property was bought by a William Llewelyn. In the 20thcentury it became well known for its production of Aberdeen Angus cattle. It was destroyed by fire in 1994.

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