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Chiswick House exemplifies English Palladian Architecture and is one of the few remaining example of Neo-Palladian architecture. The house was designed by Lord Burlington, and built between 1727 and 1729. With close observation the influence of antique Roman architecture can be seen everywhere. What is of unusual architectural fascination are the classical follies, the Doric column, the Ionic temple and Obelisk, the classical bridge, and most splendidly the Inigo Jones gateway.

15 minutes Chiswick Station