Located in Brede Valley, West Sussex, Brede Place is a
fourteenth century house, thought to be built by one of Edward III's knights.
In the past it has been home to the Oxenbridge family and the Frewens family
who later restored the house.
The ghost of a priest is said to haunt the house and is
thought to be the ghost of Father John whose bones were unearthed in 1830. The
House is also reputedly haunted by a sixteenth century maid called Martha. She
hanged herself in the gardens and is now thought to wander the grounds as well
as inside the house.