The beauty of Audley End House

Built by Thomas Howard, Earl of Suffolk to entertain King James I, Audley End, English Heritage, is one of England’s most magnificent stately homes.



The impressive house that can be seen today is only about a third the size of the vast mansion created in about 1605–14 by Thomas Howard, 1st Earl of Suffolk. It retains much of its original character, and contains fine Robert Adam and Jacobean revival interiors. The gardens and landscape, shaped by various owners to complement the house, reflect many changes in English garden fashion.





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