Stud House

house in Richmond upon Thames, Greater London, UK

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Stud House is an early 18th-century house in the centre of Hampton Court Park near Hampton Court Palace.[1] It is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.[2] It was traditionally the official residence of the Master of the Horse.[3] The former stables at the house are separately listed, also at Grade II.[4]

Stud House was bought by the Russian publisher Evgeny Lebedev in 2007.[5] Its gardens were featured in the 2017 book The Secret Gardeners by Victoria Summerley and photographer Hugo Rittson Thomas.[6]

References

  1. ^ Edwards, Jesse E. (1841). A Summers Day at Hampton Court Being a Guide to the Palace and Gardens: With an Illustrative Catalogue of the Pictures According to the New Arrangement Including Those in the Apartments Recently Opened to the. John Murray. p. 66.
  2. ^ Historic England (2 September 1952). "The Stud House (1080799)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 2 April 2018.
  3. ^ Murray, John Fisher (1845). A Picturesque Tour of the River Thames in Its Western Course: Including Particular Descriptions of Richmond, Windsor and Hampton Court. H.G. Bohn. p. 183.
  4. ^ Historic England (2 September 1952). "Stables to the Stud House (1286352)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 2 April 2018.
  5. ^ Porter, Charlie (31 December 2014). "The Rise of Evgeny Lebedev". The New York Times. Retrieved 11 July 2020.
  6. ^ Summerley, Victoria; Rittson Thomas, Hugo (2017). The Secret Gardeners, Francis Lincoln. ISBN 9780711237636 p. 117

Source

  • Summerley, Victoria; Rittson Thomas, Hugo (2017) The Secret Gardeners, Francis Lincoln. ISBN 9780711237636

Coordinates: 51°24′15″N 0°19′24″W / 51.4042°N 0.3232°W / 51.4042; -0.3232

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