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Of the Elizabethan period, its foundation stone was laid in It was granted to Robert Palmer by King Henry VIII.

Parnham House in Beaminster, Dorset

Police investigating after fire ravages Grade I-listed Dorset mansion

Blaze at Parnham House in Beaminster, which dates to the century, is being treated as suspicious

Barnsley House, Cirencester, Glocs. The ‘1697’ & ‘BB’ carved into the Cotswold stone mark the date Brereton Bouchier, Barnsley village’s squire, built the property. In 1952, architectural historian David Verey & his wife Rosemary, bought the house. As keen gardeners, both spent many hours transforming the grounds into a place that enjoys international acclaim for its beauty. Rosemary passed away in 2001 & her son, Charles, took care of the property, until purchased to be a Cotswolds hotel.

Barnsley House, Cotswolds, England - I was able to visit here in 1998 when Rosemary Verey was still alive. I own the book "Making Of A Garden" by her so it was exciting to see it in person and I also saw her giving a private tour.

Two ambitious Aussie expats are restoring an abandoned French chateau and took over Lonny's Instagram for a day to document the process. Click through to see all the photos they shared with us and follow @chateaugudanes to keep up with the home's dramatic transformation and its many four-legged residents.

Tour Chateau de Gudanes

The long-abandoned Chateau de Gudanes is being lovingly restored and documented…

The Manor, Huntingdon

The Manor, Hemmingford Grey, Cambridgeshire, England, said to be the oldest continually inhabited house in Britain built in The house is open for visits Garden path

Belton House in Lincolnshire ~ built in the late century and set amidst 1300 acres of gardens and parkland

English Tudor Mansion, Parnham, Dorset. - Exterior - London - Rupert Cordle Town & Country

English Tudor Mansion, Parnham, Dorset. - Exterior - London - Rupert Cordle Town & Country