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Chillington Hall Garden

A Georgian house with a serpentine park, designed by Lancelot Brown in 1761. The Park was described in 1767 as having 'confessedly one of the finest pieces of water, within an inclosure, that this Kingdom produces'. 'At another neck of this beautiful water is errected another bridge, concealing the other extreme of the water, built by Lancelot Brown, Esq, who designed and conducted the execution of the improvements of this justly admired park'. It is one of the largest lakes which Brown made.
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Codsall Wood, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, England, WV8 1RE

Mid April to late May. Open 2pm to 5pm. Other times by appointment.

Adult House & Grounds £6.00, Grounds only £3.00

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