Classical Britain
A celebration of classically inspired architecture in Britain. Exploring its history, fine examples and future. By Sam Richards.
Tyringham Hall is a Grade I listed home built by Sir John Soane with gardens designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens - two of England’s finest architects.
The stunning property, which was completed in 1797, is spread over 37,000sq/ft within 59 acres of Buckinghamshire.

Tyringham Hall is a Grade I listed home built by Sir John Soane with gardens designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens - two of England’s finest architects.

The stunning property, which was completed in 1797, is spread over 37,000sq/ft within 59 acres of Buckinghamshire.

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