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Bayleaf –– Located at the Weald & Downland Museum in West Sussex is an attractive timber-framed Wealden hall house with origins in the early 15th century. Originally brought to the museum from Chiddingstone in Kent. It has six rooms, four on the ground floor and two upstairs. The house was built in two phases. The earliest part, which has been dendro-dated to 1405-1430, consisted of an open hall and service end. This was probably attached to an earlier structure, which stood where the solar or upper end bay now stands. It is believed that the upper end bay that gave the building its present form was added in the early 16th century, replacing the earlier structure. Bayleaf is one of 50 buildings to visit, both inside and out, at the Weald & Downland Museum. More about this interesting building can be read here: http://www.wealddown.co.uk/explore/buildings/further-reading/bayleaf-wealden-hall-house/