Not to be confused with Dyrham Park Country Club, Hertfordshire.\n\nDyrham Park is a baroque country house in an ancient deer park near the village of Dyrham in South Gloucestershire, England. The house, attached orangery, stable block and accompanying parish church are Grade I listed buildings, while the park is Grade II* listed on the National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.\nThe current house was built for William Blathwayt in stages during the 17th and early 18th centuries on the site of a previous manor house, with the final facade being designed by William Talman. It contains art works and furniture from around the world, particularly Holland, and includes a collection of Dutch Masters. The house is linked to the 13th-century church... (Read more on Wikipedia)
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Set of six 18th century Mendelsham Armchairs with ...
The Courtyard of a house with children snowballin...