Worcester Park House (Q8034207)

  • matcher place: Surrey (relation 57582), Epsom and Ewell (relation 109944), Surrey (relation 5700081)
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  • English Wikipedia categories: Country houses in Surrey, Houses completed in 1607, Ruins in Surrey
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Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

Worcester Park House, built in 1607, whose ruins are in Surrey, in the United Kingdom, was one of the residences of the 4th Earl of Worcester, who was appointed Keeper of the Great Park of nearby Nonsuch Palace in 1606. During the English Commonwealth the park and house were bought by Colonel Thomas Pride, of Pride's Purge fame. Pride died in the house in 1658. In 1670 a long lease of the house and park was granted to Sir Robert Long, 1st Baronet, by Charles II. The area known as Worcester Park was once part of a Great Park surrounding the Nonsuch Palace of Henry VIII, and was used extensively for hunting.

Wikidata location: 51.3747, -0.2615 view on OSM or edit on OSM

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house (Q3947) amenity=shelter, building=house
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