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Standen West Walk
England

Standen is set in a beautiful hillside garden overlooking the Sussex Weald  it was the Victorian Arts & Crafts family home of William Morris. It has  an informal hillside garden with magnificent viewsand peaceful woodland walks through the Standen Estate.

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