La Seigneurie is the residence of the Seigneur of Sark. It is a 17th-century manor, filled with interesting items collected by generations of Seigneurs over the centuries, items such as a whalebone seat, a cane wheelchair, a tithe cart and a cannonball. The house was built in 1675 on the site of a 6th-century monastery. The house is surrounded by fine gardens, set between granite walls, towers and crenellations, with hardy plants providing a colourful display from Spring until the autumn, a walled garden, potager, pond and a Victorian greenhouse. There are colourful displays in the recently renovated chapel telling the story of the Seigneurs and the Seigneurie.
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