Shotover House and Estate, Oxfordshire
Grand mansion and estate, Shotover is an 18th-century country house and park in East Oxfordshire. Extremely film friendly with a diverse range of rich and opulent rooms that have graced the covers of many high-end editorials. The grounds include a large lake, folly’s, colonnades and parkland.
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