Completed in 1860, it is built in the red brick-and-tile domestic vernacular style, it apparently shows a focus on natural materials. The Grade I listed building is noted for its gardens and its beautiful stairway.
Morris himself only lived here for five years, being forced to sell the house for financial reasons in 1865, and it then became a family home for nearly 140 years, before passing to the National Trust in 2002.
Nowadays, it is open to the public from March until December. For more information, see here.