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Marble Hill House

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Marble Hill House was built 1724-1729 for Henrietta Howard, Countess of Suffolk, and mistress of King George II.

Set in 66 acres of parkland known as Marble Hill park, the house is now owned by English Heritage with its extensive gardens offering cricket pitches and nets, tennis courts, putting green and a children's play area.

Many people walk and cycle from Marble House along the river to Richmond.

Looking towards Richmond
Looking back towards Teddington

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