Sydenham Hill Woods Folly

The Sydenham Hill Woods Folly is a faux priory ruin built in the former grounds of Fairwood house on Sydenham Hill. Built in the late 19th century, the folly was commissioned by Alderman David Henry Stone who became Lord Mayor of London in 1874. The folly design is based on a romantic ruined monastic building, […]

The Sydenham Hill Woods Folly is a faux priory ruin built in the former grounds of Fairwood house on Sydenham Hill.

Built in the late 19th century, the folly was commissioned by Alderman David Henry Stone who became Lord Mayor of London in 1874.

The folly design is based on a romantic ruined monastic building, constructed of Pulhamite stone.

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