Chinthurst hill tower at Chinthurst Hill

Folly Chinthurst hill tower

Chinthurst Hill is a quiet and peaceful spot with fine views from its summit. Here you'll find a stone folly built in the 1930's, which is now a Grade II listed building. A folly is a building constructed strictly as a decoration, having none of the usual purposes of housing or sheltering associated with a conventional structure. They originated as decorative accents in parks and estates. "Folly" is used in the sense of fun or light-heartedness, not in the sense of something ill-advised.

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Chinthurst hill tower at Chinthurst Hill
Chinthurst hill tower at Chinthurst Hill

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