Originally two cottages. In 1790 Edward White, the local Squire, did not like the
look of the cottages from Tattingstone Place. He added a third cottage and finished
them to look light a church by adding a fake tower and flint façade. The tower only
has three walls and is open at the back. It has also been claimed that Squire White
said People often wondered at nothing so he would give them something to wonder about.
It is now a single house, enclosed by trees, with very restricted views of the rear.
Near Tattingstone village, on the south side of Alton Water.