Duncombe Park, York, Yorkshire - Duncombe Park is one of Yorkshire’s foremost historic houses and estates, and home to the Duncombe family. Early Georgian mansion dating from 1713 (with later wings) by the gentleman amateur architect and friend of Vanbrugh, William Wakefield. Restored as a family home from 1985 by Lord and Lady Feversham and now displaying their collection of British and continental furniture.
Frogmore, a Royal retreat was built in the 1680s and purchased by King George III as a country retreat for Queen Charlotte in 1792. In 1900 Earl Mountbatten of Burma was born there. Queen Victoria and Prince Albert are buried there.
Stansted Park near the city of Chichester, West Sussex is an Edwardian house set in a 1,750 acre park with woodlands and open land grazed by deer. The house started as a hunting lodge during the 11th century and a house was built there in 1688. The original house was burned down in 1900, but was rebuilt to the exact blueprint of the original in 1903.