200 Holyhead Road
This substantial red-brick villa is typical of the many thousands that were built for the prosperous middle classes in the late Victorian period.
Sunnycroft is one of the very few villas to have survived, with a mini estate and largely unaltered contents and decoration.
There's lots to see and do at Sunnycroft; taking a turn through the house with one of our friendly guides is a must. Find out about the families who built, lived in and loved Sunnycroft, from a local brewer to an embroiderer for the Queen.
No afternoon visit to Sunnycroft is complete without inhaling the aroma of the medicine cabinet. Formerly used as a linen press, its jumble of over 300 medicines, remedies and toiletries are a further reminder that the Lander family didnt throw much away. And why should they?
View of the border at Sunnycroft NTPL/Michael Tafft
Follow the Wellingtonia Avenue of trees into five acres of garden, from formal borders to the vegetable plot. You can even take a tour with a volunteer guide who will walk you through the history and restoration of the mini estate.
M54 exit 7, follow B5061 towards Wellington
Parking: free, 150 yards. Additional free parking in Wrekin Road car park (not National Trust)
Sat-Nav: enter address not postcode
Address200 Holyhead Road, Wellington, Shropshire, TF1 2DR
Opening timesVaries - see website
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