Bateman's Lane, Burwash, TN19 7DS
A 17th-century house, with mullioned windows and oak beams. The house was built around 1634, it was Rudyard Kipling's home from 1902 to 1936.
After Kipling's death in 1936 Bateman's passed to his wife Carrie. Following her death in 1939 the house and 330 acres of land were given to the National Trust as a memorial to her husband.
The house has a book-lined study and rooms with many of Kiplings personal possessions remaining in the house as he left them on this death in 1936.
Visitor can enjoy the terraced lawns, the walled garden and the working watermill. There is a garage at the back of the house which contains Mr Kipling's car.
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