Bayham Hall is a magnificent Jacobean style, Grade II Country Mansion situated in the midst of a private estate overlooking 1,000 acres of Kentish parkland and the 10th Century Bayham Abbey ruins. The property was built in 1870 for the Marquess of Camden as his family country seat by George Trollope based on the designs of Humphrey Repton and David Brandon. The Kentish rag stone exterior is full of wonderful features including quoins, mullion windows and cornices made of Bath stone. The interior has been lovingly restored by the current owners. The owners have made an entire wing of this stylish country property available for film and stills shooting.
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