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    • Grace de Winter

      Brympton d'Evercy (also known as Brympton House) is a manor house near Yeovil in the county of Somerset, England. It has been described as the most beautiful house in England.~Manor Born~

    • Margie Forrest

      Brympton d'Evercy evolved from the Medieval period; its provincial architects are long forgotten. Yet, Christopher Hussey described it as "The most incomparable house in Britain, the one which created the greatest impression and summarises so exquisitely English country life qualities

    • edwin hutcheson

      Brympton dEvercy 03 - English country house - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    • Julie Lawrence

      English country house - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    • Katherine Nader

      English country house - Brympton d'Evercy

    • Erika Galiette

      Drive through the English countryside :)

    • Jocelyn Merrill

      I want an English country house.

    • KymmieGirl Lewis

      See the English Countryside =)

    • Rosie

      An English country house

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