Broadwood’s Folly

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Broadwood’s Folly is a listed building and magical flint built structure offering lovely Surrey Hills views. The Folly was built on Lodge Hill by Thomas Broadwood, a member of the well-known piano manufacturing family, sometime after he purchased Juniper Hall in 1815. The National Trust are currently looking at doing some further conservation work on the structure which may include re-building the staircase.

Broadwood Tower
Dorking RH5 6BN

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