The main landmarks of Burtons’ St Leonards.


Clock House

A fine ecclesiastic Gothic style villa presenting three storeys to the park and only one to the road behind. The clock in the Clock House tower was made by George III’s clockmaker and was used as St Leonards official time piece during the early days of the town.



This property with its fine octagonal sitting room was James Burton’s own residence from 1831 until his death.


The Uplands

Built from local Crowhurst bluestone, The Uplands is a group of substantially sized double villas built by Decimus Burton in the 1860s.

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