Osterley House Gardens

Osterley House Gardens
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Osterley is the last remaining country estate in London with farm, parkland, gardens, 18th-century mansion and a Tudor stable block. The site, which covers 350 acres, is just eight miles from Hyde Park Corner.

The mansion and gardens were created in the late 18th century by architect and designer Robert Adam for the Child family.

The 18th-century Pleasure Grounds have been recently restored, and include a grade-I listed Adam garden house with lemon trees, American border, Long Walk (including a new Diamond Jubilee wood), flower beds in the Picturesque style and ornamental vegetable displays in the Tudor walled garden.

Head Gardener: Andy Eddy

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