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Early Spring in Highgrove Garden with daffoldils close to the House. Highgrove House was built between 1796 and 1798 in Georgian neo-classical design. March 2008. The most likely architect was a local mason, Anthony Keck.
 

Early Spring in Highgrove Garden with daffoldils close to the House. Highgrove House was built between 1796 and 1798 in Georgian neo-classical design. March 2008. The most likely architect was a local mason, Anthony Keck.


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GAP Photos/Highgrove - A. Butler - Architect was probably Anthony Keck a local mason.



 
 
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Photographer: Highgrove - See more from this photographer
 
Image Number:   0332284
 
Image Size:   4992 x 3328 px
42.27 x 28.18 cm | 17 x 11.09 Inches | @300dpi

 
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Early Spring in Highgrove Garden with daffoldils close to the House. Highgrove House was built between 1796 and 1798 in Georgian neo-classical design. March 2008. The most likely architect was a local mason, Anthony Keck.

Early Spring in Highgrove Garden with daffoldils close to the House. Highgrove House was built between 1796 and 1798 in Georgian neo-classical design....


 Image Number:   0332284 


 
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