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Fenton House, London

4.4
#47 of 261 in Historic Sites in London
Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
Fenton House is a 17th-century merchant's house in Hampstead in North London which belongs to the National Trust, bequeathed to them in 1952 by Lady Binning, its last owner and resident. It is a detached house with a walled garden, which is large by London standards, and features a sunken garden, an orchard and a kitchen garden.
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  • A delightful place to visit especially if you are interested in old key boards. Friendly staff, made me feel welcome and gave me sufficient information to enjoy my visit. The keyboards were lovely...  more »
  • Lovely house and garden. The guide was very knowledgeable. All the rooms are a good size and full of interesting items. It was nice to be able to go out onto the balcony to see the view of the city...  more »
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  • What a gorgeous hidden gem! Hampstead Village itself is charming and attractive. Walk up Holly Mount and you'll discover this historic oasis with beautifully landscaped walled gardens. The house is charming yet the gardens are its crowning glory. Well worth the visit!
  • Peaceful, pretty, quiet find. Beautiful gardens. Interior features needed more helpful information. Only had details of artwork, no details of the furniture or house and family history

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