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Whitehall Historic House
Whitehall Historic House is a Grade II* listed property in the heart of the picturesque village of Cheam. With its distinct white weatherboarding, projecting upper storey, and sloping porch, it is a unique example of domestic Tudor architecture. Established in 1978, The Friends of Whitehall aim to support and promote the heritage of this special place. By raising money and awareness, and by working with Sutton Council, who are responsible for the management of the site, the group have been successful in ensuring the security of Whitehall for future generations.
In 2018 the house reopened to the public following a major refurbishment, which saw essential repairs carried out, improved access and fresh new permanent displays installed. Funding for the project came from a £1.9m National Lottery Heritage Fund grant, the London Borough of Sutton and the Friends of Whitehall.