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Audley End exteriors Gallery

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Audley End BL10624 Featured Audley End exteriors Image

Audley End BL10624

The north entrance porch at Audley End, Audley Park, Saffron Walden, Essex. The image was taken for Lord Braybrooke, C C Neville, the owner of Audley End. The house was built 1605-1614 by John Thorpe and Bernard Janssen. The Bedford Lemere daybook contains the following statement: Built for Earl of Suffolk, Treasurer to James I. The Countess received large sums of money from Spain from which fund Audley End was chiefly built. The Architect was probably a relative of Cornelius Jansen, portrait painter

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Audley End House DD58_00086 Featured Audley End exteriors Image

Audley End House DD58_00086

AUDLEY END HOUSE AND GARDENS, Saffron Waldon, Essex. The east front of the house viewed from the gardens. It was built by Thomas Howard, first Earl of Suffolk and Lord Treasurer to James I, between 1605 and 1614. The original house was built around two courtyards but has since been reduced in size. Photograph by Bedford Lemere 1891

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