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Historic Houses in or near Shipton-under-Wychwood

The town of Shipton-under-Wychwood in Oxfordshire,derives its name from the fact that it used to be 'under the boughs of the ancient Royal Forest of Wychwood. Very little of forest remains today as for the most part there is farmland , green fields and stone walls. The Elizabethan Manor house of Shipton Court being one of the oldest in the country is well worth a visit. Historic Houses in or near Shipton-under-Wychwood Chastleton House and Kelmscott Manor are listed below.
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7.4 miles from the centre of Shipton-under-Wychwood
Nestled in an Oxfordshire valley, the slow creep of time has given this cherished family home an informal and timeless atmosphere. Today, amongst the tapestries and topiary, visitors will find peeling paintwork and rambling ivy, as the National Trust brings them a home carefully preserved as it was found, not as it once was.
11.6 miles from the centre of Shipton-under-Wychwood
Kelmscott Manor is a 17th century farmhouse known for its inspiration on William Morris - writer, designer and craftsman, who first saw it in 1871. Due to major conservation and improvement works funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, the Manor is now closed. Visit the website for more information.
13.2 miles from the centre of Shipton-under-Wychwood
Discover, Buscot Park, a magnificent stately mansion and intimate family home The home of Lord Faringdon, 18th century Buscot Park in Oxfordshire is one of those glorious English country estates that whisk you back through the centuries as you wander in awe at the beautiful paintings and plates, pots and urns, furniture and fabrics. If you've the time before you visit, take a look at Buscot's website in which Lord Faringdon himelf explains the history by which he came to live in the hou...
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