The Landscape Guide

Osterley Park

Osterley is typical of the eighteenth century fashion for improving a country estate with extensive lawns and views through large and stately trees. There are three lakes and a Temple of Pan (1720). Sadly, the park is cut in two by the M4. The mansion, designed by Robert Adam, and the grounds are owned by the National Trust. Osterley Lane, southall.

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