Situated on the rural banks of the Thames is Ham House, originally built in 1610 and now used to offer a rare glimpse of 17th century. William Murray was given the lease of Ham House by long-time friend Charles I in 1626, and along with his daughter Elizabeth, they turned it into a luxurious property full of grandeur, which is how the house has remained until this day.
This lavishness extends out into the breath taking gardens which have been maintained in immaculate condition until this day. A whole host of Earls and Dukes have had ownership of the house through the centuries but it has remained a glorious testament to aristocratic life in the 17th century.
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