Manor House, (Old Road, Lee, London (1772) - now a Grade II listed building) – built for a wealthy London wool merchant, Thomas Lucas, but bought in 1796 by Francis Baring, founder of Barings Bank, it is now used as a public library and its gardens have become a public park (Manor House Gardens).
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