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The west front of the central block at Trafalgar Park built in 1733 to designs by John James

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Combe Hay Manor, Combe Hay, Somerset. Grade I listed building. Built in two phases for Robert Smith and his son, John. The first, western, part dates from 1728|30 and is believed to have been built by John Strahan of Bristol. The later eastern and southern elevations were built around 1770 to 1775 and are believed to be the work of James Wyatt or George Steuart.

Arabella Youens reports on the 12 houses nominated in the campaign to find England’s Favourite House in association with Savills

Honington Hall, Honington, nr. Stratford on Avon, Warwickshire. Grade I listed. Sold by the Gibbes family, c.1670 to Henry Parker who in 1696 succeeded to the Parker Baronetcy. The present house, built by Parker in 1682, sold by Parker's grandson in 1737 to Joseph Townsend who carried out considerable alterations - mid 18th century. The Townsend's held the estate until 1905 when it passed by marriage to Sir Grey Skipwith Bt. It later became the seat of the Wiggin family.

Stratford on Avon, Warwickshire.

holdhard:  The west front of Frampton Court, Frampton on Severn, Gloucestershire

holdhard: “ The west front of Frampton Court, Frampton on Severn, Gloucestershire ”

Croome, High Green, Worcester - Designed by Lancelot "Capability" Brown. It was built between 1751 & 1752. One of the finest examples of Neo-Palladian architecture in Worcestershire. Notable Neo-Palladian features incorporated into Croome Court include the plain exterior & the corner towers with pyramidal roofs.

The south front of the house at Croome Park, Croome D'Abitot, Worcestershire

The Devoted Classicist: Viscountess Rothermere at Ferne Park

The entrance (north) front of Ferne Park, the home of Viscountess Rothermere. Built 2000 to 2002 to designs by Quinlan Terry.

Uppark House

The south front of the main house showing the steps to the entrance at Uppark House and Garden, West Sussex Stock Photo - no brackets or quoins

Antony house - this is where Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland was filmed - A superb example of an early 18th century mansion. The ancestral home of the Carew family for nearly 600 years, the house contains a wealth of paintings, tapestries and furniture and is set in stunning parkland

93 Antony House A superb example of an early century mansion. The ancestral home of the Carew family for nearly 600 years, the house contains a wealth of paintings, tapestries and furniture and is set in stunning parkland

English country house. Smedmore, Dorset, England

Smedmore House, Dorset, England was originally built by Sir William Clavell around

Villa Trissino  1531-38

Wedding venue, Marble Hill House in Twickenham was the home of King George II's mistress Henrietta Howard, Countess of Suffolk

West Oxfordshire: Heythrop Park

Community Development Grants provides a collection of resources on government and philanthropic support to build healthy communities.

Built in 1785 Attingham Park, shrewsbury, shropshire

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Attingham Park country house and — Shropshire, England

Property for sale - Bletchingdon, Oxfordshire, OX5 | Knight Frank

Property for sale - Bletchingdon, Oxfordshire,

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