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Upton House and Gardens
England

Upton House and Gardens in Warwickshire is set in the wooded country side with terraced gardens leading down to a lake.

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Tags: national trust; upton; upton house; gardens; terrace; lake; woods; g8dhe
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Geoff Mather
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