Isle of Wight Nostalgia - Appuldurcombe House, Wroxall

Appuldurcombe House

Appuldurcombe house is situated in the village of Wroxall, north of Ventnor. The park was landscaped by Capability Brown.

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This once great house begun in 1701, is now largely a ruin.

Appuldurcombe House

The house has been used as a monastery and a Public (fee paying) School.

Appuldurcombe House

The house, unoccupied and already in a poor state of repair, was hit by a mine in 1943. A Dornier Do 217 was engaged in a mine laying mission on 7th February 1943 when the plane turned inland and dropped its final mine before crashing into St Martin's Down.

Appuldurcombe House craft fayre

A craft fayre held at Appuldurcombe in 1997. A local artist is busy producing a masterpiece.

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