Explore the fascinating Grade II* listed Whitehall Historic House in Cheam, Sutton, with this comprehensive audio-descriptive guide. The Tudor building dates from c.1500 and was originally used for trade purposes. However, it had become a residence by 1600, and remained a family home until 1963. Various extensions have been added over the centuries creating a unique example of architecture through the ages. Delve into this evocative gem and the social history stories of Cheam; the audio-descriptive guide is available at the bottom of this page, as a playlist of separate tracks, or a single audio file.
This audio-descriptive guide was created as part of the the NLHF-funded project Know our Place: Saving and Sharing Whitehall