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The gates to The Sundial Garden and Highgrove House. August 2012. The House was built between 1796 and 1798 in a Georgian neo-classical design.
 

The gates to The Sundial Garden and Highgrove House. August 2012. The House was built between 1796 and 1798 in a Georgian neo-classical design.


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GAP Photos/Highgrove - A. Butler. House built by mason architect Anthony Keck. Gates by Julian & Isabel Bannerman



 
 
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Photographer: Highgrove - See more from this photographer
 
Image Number:   0356915
 
Image Size:   5616 x 3744 px
47.55 x 31.7 cm | 19 x 12.48 Inches | @300dpi

 
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The gates to The Sundial Garden and Highgrove House. August 2012. The House was built between 1796 and 1798 in a Georgian neo-classical design.

The gates to The Sundial Garden and Highgrove House. August 2012. The House was built between 1796 and 1798 in a Georgian neo-classical design.


 Image Number:   0356915 


 
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