Wickham Court is a Grade I Listed building, situated in Coney Hall, West Wickham, in the London borough of Bromley
Nowadays, it is an independent, co-educational day school. Occasionally, they do have open days, with guided tours of the house, which is most interesting and informative.
Tucked away from plain view, it is only a short distance from St John the Baptist CofE church (The Church on the Hill), and forms part of what used to be the old manor of West Wickham, and within walking distance of what was Coney Hall Farm.
For a more comprehensive discussion of the building, please see On The Tudor Trail
I was privileged to help with the first of their guided tours, because I was born and raised in the area, and always had a keen interest in local history.
Another feature of the old house is what was Anne's Walk (or Yew Walk), an avenue of Yew trees, which, in the distant past, were trimmed to a very tight hedge. Rumour has it that both Anne Bullen and Anne Boleyn used to enjoy the walk. Alas, nowadays, the trees have grown and are unkempt, and the walk is no longer accessible, due to safety reasons.
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