Audley End House and Gardens


Audley End House and Gardens

Audley End House and Gardens, Essex

Lavish amazing interiors throughout, some designed by Robert Adam, entrance hall, Elizabethan wood panelled great hall, lower gallery, staircases, great drawing room, dining parlour, a richly decorated little drawing room, saloon, library, chapel, ornate neo-classical ceilings Essex. One of the most significant Jacobean houses in England with lavish interiors. 18th century rooms designed by Robert Adam. Belonged to Charles II 1668-1701. Jacobean house with 18th century additions/alterations, in Essex Production credits include: 28 Steps Exteriors available:Parkland designed by Capability Brown. ornamental victorian gardens with magnificent parterre, organic kitchen garden.Special/unusual features:main structure unaltered since 1753. interior houses the natural history collection of 4th Lord Baybrooke Additional information:NOTICE REQUIRED Depends on Production type

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