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Wrest Park Bedfordshire England Beautiful formal Baroque gardens the house was built in the Open to the public Willowbrook Park March 2010 French wedding Chateau in. English Manor Houses, English Castles, English House, Beautiful Castles, Beautiful Buildings, Beautiful Gardens, Palaces, English Estates, Castle House

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Wrest Park, Bedfordshire, England. Beautiful formal Baroque gardens, the house was built in the 1830s. Open to the public

Athelhampton House, Dorchester, owned by the Cooke family since is the picture-perfect, medieval country house — its ancient, lichened stone seems to grow naturally out of the Dorset earth beneath English Manor Houses, English Castles, English House, Villas, English Architecture, Le Palais, Grand Homes, Country Estate, English Countryside

15th Century Athelhampton House in Dorset

Athelhampton is one of the finest 15th century manor houses and is surrounded by one of the great architectural gardens of England.

Wroxton Abbey is a Jacobean house in Oxfordshire, with a 1727 garden partly converted to the serpentine style between 1731 and It is west of Banbury, off the road in Wroxton. It is now the English campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey. English Manor Houses, English Country Cottages, English Castles, English House, English Countryside, Country Houses, English Architecture, Architecture Design, Castles In England

Wroxton Abbey

Wroxton Abbey is a Jacobean house in Oxfordshire, with a 1727 garden partly converted to the serpentine style between 1731 and 1751. It is 2.5mi west of Banbury, off the A422 road in Wroxton. It is now the English campus of Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey. Wroxton Abbey is a modernised 17th-century Jacobean manor house built on the foundations of a 13th-century Augustinian priory. The abbey boasts a great hall, minstrels' gallery, chapel, multi-room library, and royal bedrooms…

Trewithen, Truro, Cornwall - Meaning 'house of the trees', the same family has occupied this Palladian-style house for over 250 years. When Phillip Hawkins first bought Trewithen in 1715 he established the estate as home to a dynasty that has, through the English Country Manor, English Manor Houses, English Castles, English House, English Countryside, British Architecture, Classical Architecture, Architecture Details, Georgian Architecture

Trewithen House and Gardens

Discover a magnificent 18th century manor house with fine interiors and one of the most beautiful spring gardens to visit in Cornwall.

A rare gem of a Jacobean country house, Chastleton House in The Cotswolds. English Manor Houses, English Castles, English House, Manor Homes, British Architecture, Tower House, Historic Houses, Grand Homes, Country Houses

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Georgian Manor House - I imagine Santa's house to be a bit like this, but with double doors and more decorations. British Architecture, Georgian Architecture, Georgian Homes, Georgian Era, Dream Mansion, Suburban House, Old Houses, Manor Houses, Tower House

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Nostell Priory near Wakefield. National Trust owned architectural masterpiece with gardens and 300 acres of parkland with various walks and views. Yorkshire England, West Yorkshire, Beautiful Castles, Beautiful Buildings, Great Places, Places To Go, English Manor, English Estates, British Architecture

Gardens at National Trust Nostell | Garden | Wakefield|West Yorkshire

Take a stroll around the gardens, taking in the formal rose garden, the recently planted orchard and the vegetable garden. There are over 300 acres of parkland to explore at the Nostell Priory estate.

 Demolished in 1949 as surplus to requirements. British Architecture, Classical Architecture, Architecture Plan, English Manor Houses, English House, Huge Houses, Old Houses, Castle Homes, Hall House

Cavenham Hall | England's Lost Country Houses

Cavenham Hall, Cavenham, Suffolk. Demolished in 1949 as surplus to requirements.

Heale House in Wiltshire, a Carolean manor house (not open to the public) near Salisbury where Charles II hid during his escape in English Manor Houses, English House, British Architecture, Classical Architecture, Japanese Tea House, Beautiful Buildings, Beautiful Architecture, Grand Homes, Curb Appeal

Heale House in Wiltshire

Heale is a Carolean manor house (not open to the public) near Salisbury where Charles II hid during his escape in 1651. The gardens are open from February and have wonderful herbaceous borders and shrub roses growing against the formal backdrop of clipped hedges and mellow stonework. Some of the garden was designed by Harold Peto in 1910 including the terraces and stone lily ponds. In the spring drifts of snowdrops and aconites provide early colour. The garden is particularly beautiful…

 Eridge Green, Sussex, circa In 1937 it was demolished and replaced by a smaller house. English Manor Houses, English House, British Architecture, Architecture Plan, Castle Homes, Welsh Country, Huge Houses, Tower House, Historic Houses

England's Lost Country Houses | Eridge Castle

Eridge Castle. Eridge Green, Sussex, circa 1900. In 1937 it was demolished and replaced by a smaller house.

Eaton Hall demolished in 1961 via Lost Heritage - a memorial to the lost country houses of England Eaton Hall, Victorian Castle, Cheshire England, British Architecture, Castle House, French Chateau, Country Estate, Historic Homes, Westminster

Eaton Hall demolished in 1961 via Lost Heritage - a memorial to the lost country houses of England

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