NONSUCH MANSION HISTORY
Nonsuch Mansion was built in 1731 as a family home.
It evolved over centuries into the fabulous Grade II listed building that you see today.
The mansion sits on the eastern side of Nonsuch Park, an area of Surrey named after the "unequalled" palace built here by King Henry VIII.
The mansion was built more than two hundred years after the palace and designed to be a "modern echo" of its majestic predecessor.