Whitehall is an historic house museum in Cheam, Sutton, England. Built around 1500, the Tudor period timber-framed house features a period kitchen, and house details from the Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian eras. One room features a display about Nonsuch Palace, a nearby former palace built by King Henry VII that was pulled down in the 1680s. It is said to have been called formerly "The Council House" due to its having been used for holding a council in by Queen Elizabeth I when in residence at Nonsuch. It is believed that it was the residence of the merchant, lawyer and philosopher James Boevey (1622-1696), from c. 1670 to his death. It was later the home of the Killick family.