The Hermitage – National Trust Property
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About this site: This unique Arts and Crafts inspired cottage was designed by prominent ecclesiastical Priest and Architect John Cyril Hawes. Originally intended to serve as the residence for the Chaplain of the nearby hospital, it was home for nurses from the 1950s. It has always been a challenging place to live in as it lacks a kitchen and laundry. It is currently a private residence, view externally only.
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