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Chartwell Front Lawn North

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This terrraced area to the North of the house can be approached via the Rose Gardens.

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A: Chartwell Marlborough Pavilion

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ChartwellThis pavilion celebrates the Duke of Marlboroughs various battles.

Chartwell Marlborough Pavilion

B: Chartwell Rose Garden

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ChartwellThe Rose Gardens located to the North of the house itself.

Chartwell Rose Garden

C: Chartwell North Lawn

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ChartwellThis lawn leads from the Rose gardens onto the main terrace.

Chartwell North Lawn

D: Chartwell Rose Garden

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ChartwellThe Rose Gardens from the West wall looking down to the Marlborough Pavilion.

Chartwell Rose Garden

E: Chartwell Pond

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ChartwellThis pond sits above the swimming pool and lakes and enjoys a wonderfull view to the South a...

Chartwell Pond

F: Chartwell South Terrace

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ChartwellThe views from the windows look out across the Weald to the South Downs

Chartwell South Terrace

G: Chartwell Front Lawn South

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ChartwellThe southern end of the terraced lawn with views out across the Weald and down to the South ...

Chartwell Front Lawn South

H: Chartwell House Entrance

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ChartwellThe entrance to the house is from the West side with a lawn and steps leading in many direct...

Chartwell House Entrance

I: Chartwell Kitchen Garden

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ChartwellThe garden is to the North of the Rose walk.

Chartwell Kitchen Garden

J: Chartwell Steps To Rose Walk

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ChartwellThese steps lead from the terrace down to the Kitchen garden and Rose Walk.

Chartwell Steps To Rose Walk

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