It is very difficult to "rate" the Clergy House as National Trust properties come in varying forms: grand houses, less grand properties but of interest due to a well-known person having lived there, woodlands, coastal areas. Any member of the National Trust would surely be interested in viewing the very first property it purchased (for £10). If not a NT member, and visiting Alfriston, curiosity would surely lead one across the green to view the little house. Others will undoubtedly share my view that it could so easily have been left to decay but we are so fortunate that someone had the foresight to rescue this lovely little cottage for an enjoyable and rewarding visit. Don't forget the milk floor! Worth a visit to see something pretty unusual.
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