Euston Hall is a country house, with park by William Kent and Capability Brown located in Euston, a small village in Suffolk located just south of Thetford, England. It is the family home of the Dukes of Grafton.\nEuston first appears in the Domesday Book in 1087 as a manor belonging to Bury St. Edmunds Abbey. In 1578, Elizabeth I stayed at the manor hall with the Rookwood family on her way to Norwich. The estate, in near ruin, was purchased in 1666 by Henry Bennet, Earl of Arlington and Secretary of State to the newly restored King, Charles II. He constructed a grand house in the French style, built around a central court with large pavilions on each corner. Charles II paid the first of several visits to Euston in 1671. John Evelyn, the diarist... (Read more on Wikipedia)
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