Edmondsham House

Edmondsham, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 5RE

Country house dating from 1589 with Georgian south east and north west wings.

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Edmondsham House is a charming blend of Tudor and Georgian architecture with interesting contents.

The site features an organic walled garden, and 6 acre garden with unusual trees and spring bulbs.

There is a 12th-century church nearby.

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