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Between 19, it was largely rebuilt and extended by the society architect Philip Tilden.

From the garden front, the house has extensive views over the Weald of Kent, "the most beautiful and charming" Churchill had ever seen, and the determining factor in his decision to buy the house.

In 1946, when financial constraints forced Churchill to again consider selling Chartwell, it was acquired by the National Trust with funds raised by a consortium of Churchill's friends led by Lord Camrose, on condition that the Churchills retain a life-tenancy.

After Churchill's death, Lady Churchill surrendered her lease on the house and it was opened to the public by the Trust in 1966.

In February 1926, Churchill's political colleague Sir Samuel Hoare described a visit in a letter to the press baron Lord Beaverbrook; "I have never seen Winston before in the role of landed proprietor, ...

the engineering works on which he is engaged consist of making a series of ponds in a valley and Winston appeared to be a great deal more interested in them than in anything else in the world".

As Hoare's presence indicated, Churchill's holidays were very rarely pure vacations.

Roy Jenkins, in his study, The Chancellors, contrasted Churchill's approach to holidaying with that of his then boss, Stanley Baldwin.

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In the 1930s, when Churchill was excluded from political office, Chartwell became the centre of his world.Campbell Colquhoun had been a contemporary of Churchill's at Harrow School in the 1880s.On completion of the sale in September 1922, Churchill wrote to him; "I am very glad indeed to have become the possessor of "Chartwell".The origins of the estate reach back to the 14th century; in 1382 the property, then called Well-street, was sold by William-at-Well.It passed through various owners and in 1836 was auctioned, as a substantial, brick-built manor.

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