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The Boston Manor House is a 17th century Grade I listed Jacobean manor house built in English Renaissance style.
The Boston Manor House is a 17th century Grade I listed Jacobean manor house built in English Renaissance style. It has 3 state rooms, including the state drawing room with a beautifully engraved plaster ceiling and an ornate chimney over the mantel. The open parklands to behind the building make for a delightful stroll in summer.
around a mile from the centre of Brentford along the Boston Manor Rd
+44 0845 456 2
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