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ARISTOCRATIC ENGLISH HOUSES AND GARDENS
Belton House, A Mansion Built in 1685
Belton House, Lavender garden
Belton House, Lincolnshire England
Belton House, The Orangery and Church
Belton House, The Orangery
Blickling Hall fountain.
House side buildings of Blickling Hal
Blickling Hall gardens.
Blickling Hall, Home of Anne Boleyn's family 2nd wife of Henry VIII
Burghley House Stamford
Chartwell, Winston Churchill's private Home
Front Entrance to Blickling Hall
Landscaped gardens in the rear of Blickling Hall, Norfolk England
Lanhydrock House Cornwall
Lanhydrock House Cornwall, Take a ride in the old Humber back to the car park
Lanhydrock House Cornwall, The church in the gardens
Lanhydrock House Cornwall, The formal garden
Lanhydrock House Cornwall
Oxburgh Hall built in 1482
Petworth House, Parts of the building date from 1688
Sandy Lodge, Robert Peel's House, the founder of the London Police
Sizergh Castle gardens in spring
Tattershall Castle, Built between 1433 and 1443, for Ralph Cromwell Lord Treasurer of England
The Chapel Window, Petworth House
Wisteria Wall, Sandy Lodge
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