Liscombe Park

Soulbury, Buckinghamshire LU7 0JN

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A Grade II* Listed house with surrounding park dating from the mid 16thCentury and built on the site of an earlier medieval house.  A 13th century chapel forms part of the main courtyard and was built by the Lovett family who lived at Liscombe until the late 19th century.  Liscombe is now the home of the Bonsor family.

The Parkland extends to 250 acres and includes a formal courtyard garden, woodlands, ancient yew trees and Victorian greenhouses.

Opening Times

The house is closed to the public but is available for filming, photoshoots and private events. Outdoor shoots only please.

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