214 kent Chartwell
Taken in November 2014. The lone photographer seeks inspiration (he did have a camera). Famously home to Winston Churchill, I believe this is the National Trust's most visited property. Both the history and the attractive grounds contribute to that, I am sure.
It is not until you park in it that the size of the car park becomes apparent and there is an overflow area too. Even mid week in winter there were quite a few people about. I have taken good views from a path that runs up beside the grounds but this is from my first visit inside.
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By the way, the strange grey splodge above the terrace to the right of the house is a patch of bare wall with no creepers on it and just catching the sun. Had me worried for bit. It's quite clear at full size and you can see the stones.