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Spetchley Park Gardens

Spetchley Park is a country mansion standing in 4500 acres of gardens and parkland in the hamlet of Spetchley, near Worcester, England. The house and park are separately Grade II* listed. The house is built in two storeys of Bath stone with a large tetrastyle Ionic portico entrance.
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The gardens, are from open mid March through to the end of October.


Spetchley was bought by Rowland Berkeley, a wool merchant and banker, in 1605. Prior to this it had been owned by the Sheldon and Lyttleton families.

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    Open to the public