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"Tyntesfield: An estate just south of Bristol; the house was recently renovated by the National Trust - sadly we were there on a day when the house was closed. It was only opened earlier in 2011."

"Tyntesfield: An estate just south of Bristol; the house was recently renovated by the National Trust - sadly we were there on a day when the house was closed. It was only opened earlier in

The garden facade of Chicheley Hall which was built by Francis Smith in the early 18th century is decorated with Corinthian pilasters and a finel carved frieze

The garden facade of Chicheley Hall, Buckinghamshire, which was built by Francis Smith in the early century is decorated with Corinthian pilasters and a finel carved frieze

Greenstead Church, said to be the world's oldest wooden building, in Greenstead, England. Mid 9th century, Chippng Ongar, Essex, UK

Greenstead Church, said to be the worlds oldest wooden building, in Greenstead, England

Shaw House, Newbury, Berkshire - Built in 1581 by Newbury clothier Thomas Dolman. This fine Elizabethan building was home to successive Dolman families, the flamboyant Duke of Chandos & the Andrews, Eyre & Farquhar families. Over this time the House played host to several royal visitors, including Elizabeth I. The most recent chapter in the building's history began in 2005 when building contractors began restoration following grants from the Heritage Lottery Fund...

The Historic Houses Association supports around privately-owned historic houses, stately homes, castles and gardens- and helps visitors to enjoy them.

Chettle House, Dorset - England

Chettle House, Dorset, England is a red brick Baroque mansion designed by Thomas Archer, a pupil of Vanbrugh, and built by the Bastard brothers of Blandford Forum during the reign of Queen Anne. Two rounded ends were added to the house in

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