Ugbrooke House, a stately home in Chudleigh, is located in a valley between Exeter and Newton Abbot in Devonshire, England.\nIt dates back over 900 years, having featured in the Domesday Book. Before the Reformation the land belonged to the Church and the house was occupied by Precentors to the Bishop of Exeter. It has been the seat of the Clifford family for over four hundred years, and the owners have held the title Baron Clifford of Chudleigh since 1672. The house, now a Grade I listed building, was remodelled by Robert Adam, while the grounds were redesigned by Capability Brown in 1761. The grounds featured what were possibly the earliest plantings of the European White Elm Ulmus laevis in the UK. The gardens are now Grade II* listed in... (Read more on Wikipedia)
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