The flint and brick exterior dates from the early–mid 17th century, but inside are the remains of a medieval timber-framed building with an open hall. The middle room of the house shows the transition from a medieval to a 17th-century dwelling.
- General information
- The House from Walderton, West Sussex by Dr Danae Tankard & Richard Harris (pdf 677KB)
- F G Aldsworth & R Harris, ‘A medieval and seventeenth-century house at Walderton, West Sussex, dismantled and re-erected at the Weald and Downland Open Air Museum’, Sussex Archaeological Collections vol. 120 (1982), pp. 45-92. (pdf 9.8MB)