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Highgrove House and Oak Pavillion, March 2008.  The House was built between 1796 and 1798 in a Georgian neo-classical design. Architect of the house was most likely local mason Anthony Keck. The Pavillion constructed in 2008.
 

Highgrove House and Oak Pavillion, March 2008. The House was built between 1796 and 1798 in a Georgian neo-classical design. Architect of the house was most likely local mason Anthony Keck. The Pavillion constructed in 2008.


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GAP Photos/Highgrove - A. Butler - Pavillion designed by Mark Hoare.



 
 
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Photographer: Highgrove - See more from this photographer
 
Image Number:   0332486
 
Image Size:   3328 x 4992 px
28.18 x 42.27 cm | 11 x 16.64 Inches | @300dpi

 
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Highgrove House and Oak Pavillion, March 2008.  The House was built between 1796 and 1798 in a Georgian neo-classical design. Architect of the house was most likely local mason Anthony Keck. The Pavillion constructed in 2008.

Highgrove House and Oak Pavillion, March 2008. The House was built between 1796 and 1798 in a Georgian neo-classical design. Architect of the house w...


 Image Number:   0332486 


 
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