beedingwood | following the footsteps of john harris

The forced doors revealed the outer circular corridor. The portholes in the roof stared blankly. What purposed did this structure serve?

Beedingwood was originally built as a family home, obviously by some Victorian maverick, a man with an eye for the unusual and unconventional. Surprisingly, the architect was perhaps working for Rev. E.D.L Harvey, as he first lived here, along with his family and eleven servants.