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Aske Hall is a Georgian country house, with parkland attributed to Capability Brown, 1.5 miles north of Richmond, North Yorkshire, England. It contains an impressive collection of 18th-century furniture, paintings and porcelain, and in its grounds a John Carr stable block converted into a chapel in Victorian times with Italianate decor, a Gothic-style folly built by Daniel Garrett circa 1745, coach house with carriage, Victorian stable block, walled garden, terraced garden and lake with a Roman-style temple.
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by William Wheater
Aske Hall is a splendid mansion.
An Account of Its History and Antiquities, Characters and Customs, Legendary Lore, and Natural History, Being a Companion Volume to The Vale of Mowbray by Edmund Bogg
Aske Hall is a most spacious and ...
Encyclopaedia Britannica (1860)
Or, Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature
North Riding—Castle Howard, Earl of Carlisle: Duncombe Park, Earl of Feversham; Aske Hall, Earl of Zetland; Bolton Hall, Lord Bolton; Mulgrave Castle, Marquis of Normanby. In the East Riding—Escrick Park, Lord Wenlock. Most of these ...
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Aske Hall 34 6 G5. Askeaton, Ireland 34 16 D6; ...
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