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Binstead House

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North elevation of Binstead House, c.1910.
North elevation of Binstead House, c.1910.
Binstead House (known at first as Binstead Cottage and then Binstead Lodge[1]) was a mansion house at Binstead on the Isle of Wight Estates. It was built in 1851 on the site of the original Binstead Lodge. It was the Island home of the Willis Fleming family. It probably became known as Binstead House during the tenancy of Sir Charles Locock from 1864[2].

Binstead House was the Dower House of the Willis Fleming family. Richard Hugh Willis Fleming was born there on 20 January 1921.

It was sold in 1925.

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  1. See Binstead Cottage (disambiguation) and Binstead Lodge (disambiguation)
  2. Lease of Binstead Cottage, 1864  (WFMS:555 | IOWRO FLM/73)
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