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London’s 400-year-old Mulberry Tree

The Charlton House is one of the best-preserved Jacobean mansions in the London area. In addition to boasting beautiful Jacobean architecture, the estate also contains one of England’s oldest mulberry trees.

The royal family built the massive brick building in the early 17th century for Sir Adam Newton, Prince Henry’s tutor. Sadly, Newton died before its completion. Nevertheless, construction on the mansion continued.


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