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Dyrham Park in Gloucestershire

Dyrham Park in Gloucestershire

View of Dyrham Park from the entrance drive, with Claude David's statue of Neptune, acquired by William Blathwayt for his baroque garden. ©National Trust Images/Rupert Truman

View of Dyrham Park from the entrance drive, with Claude David's statue of Neptune, acquired by William Blathwayt for his baroque garden. ©National Trust Images/Rupert Truman

print-filled study at Dyrham Park ~ Dyrham Park is a baroque mansion in an ancient deer park near the village of Dyrham in South Gloucestershire, England.

print-filled study at Dyrham Park ~ Dyrham Park is a baroque mansion in an ancient deer park near the village of Dyrham in South Gloucestershire, England.

Dyrham Park is a baroque mansion in an ancient deer park near the village of Dyrham in Gloucestershire, England. The house is set in 274 acres (1.1 km²) of gardens and parkland. The west front of 1692 was commissioned from the Huguenot architect, Samuel Hauduroy, and the east front of 1704 from William Talman, architect of Chatsworth, by William Blathwayt, who was Secretary at War to William III. The Blathwayt family lived at the house until 1956, when the government acquired it.

Dyrham Park is a baroque mansion in an ancient deer park near the village of Dyrham in Gloucestershire, England. The house is set in 274 acres (1.1 km²) of gardens and parkland. The west front of 1692 was commissioned from the Huguenot architect, Samuel Hauduroy, and the east front of 1704 from William Talman, architect of Chatsworth, by William Blathwayt, who was Secretary at War to William III. The Blathwayt family lived at the house until 1956, when the government acquired it.

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