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View over the lake to the bridge in the landscape gardens created by Lancelot Brown at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire

Blenheim Palace

Woodstock, Oxfordshire

John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough was given the Royal Manor of Woodstock by Queen Anne in 1705 in gratitude for defeating the French at the Battle of Blenheim.

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Greys Court

Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire

The Manor at Rotherfield Greys was built during the late sixteenth century, probably incorporating the earlier medieval manor house.

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Garden buildings in the landscape garden designed by William Kent at Rousham in Oxfordshire

Rousham

Bicester, Oxfordshire

Rousham was built in 1635 by Sir Robert Dormer and the house is still owned by the same family. Colonel Robert Dormer-Cottrell inherited the property in 1719 and employed Charles Bridgeman to lay out the gardens.

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Stonor Park

Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire

The Stonor family have lived in the Park since the twelfth century with the earliest parts of the current house dating to the fourteenth century with later additions c1600. The house was part Gothicised by John Aitkin in the eighteenth century.

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Landscaped Ornamental Gardens at Waterperry in Oxfordshire

Waterperry

Oxford, Oxfordshire.

In 1927, Beatrix Havergal and Avice Sanders left Downe House to establish a gardening school. They took over the lease of Waterperry House and land from Magdalen College, Oxford in 1932.

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