Charlton Park House

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Charlton Park House, Wiltshire
Charlton House, Wiltshire.

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View of the façade of Charlton Park House, Wiltshire, the seat of the Earls of Suffolk and Berkshire. The original house was completed in 1607, and enlarged and modernized in the second half of the eighteenth century.

According to the author, the mansion, taken altogether, is of fine character and of very considerable interest: as the baronial residence of the noble representative of an illustrious family, it retains some of the most striking and important of its ancient features, conveying the (at all times pleasant) idea, that antiquity is reverenced for its actual worth.

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