Great East Standen Manor
Great East Standen Manor is a manor house on the Isle of Wight, England. Its history dates to the Norman Conquest; and it was allegedly once the residence of Princess Cicely, the daughter of Edward IV, following her third marriage to Sir Thomas The front is 18th-century and includes five bays that are irregularly spaced. Grey headers and red brick dressings are featured, as are windows with slightly segmental tops and a large chimneystack, dated 1768. The 18th-century Standen House is nearby.
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