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Lyme Park, Lyme Handley

Type of open space: Park

Parish: Lyme Handley

Ward: Poynton East and Pott Shrigley

Unitary Authority: Cheshire East Council

Country: England

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A medieval deer park, landscaped in the later 17th century and 18th century, and gardens and pleasure grounds of 17th century to 20th century date, associated with a country house.
A 1,400 acre park and stately home full of good quality furniture with carvings by Grinling Gibbons and there are tapestries and a clock collection. The house is Grade 1 Listed, the garden area extends to 17 acres.
Lyme Park stars as the 'big house' in the second series of the triple BAFTA nominated hit, 'The Village' it was also used for the BBC series Pride and Prejudice.

Features

  • Lake
  • Parterre
  • Folly
  • Orangery
  • Sculpture
  • Stately Home
  • Gardens

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