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Amport House


Elizabethan Style Grade II listed building. Formal gardens by Lutyens with ornate waterways, yew hedging, Knot Garden (which incorporates the Winchester coat of arms), and considerable topiary. The site is accessed via a gatehouse which opens onto a long, snaking driveway leading to the house. The site sits in open countryside. Interior has ornate plasterwork and Elizabethan style features. Views from the house look across formal gardens to open countryside. There is also an avenue of pleached limes, reputedly the longest in the UK


SP11 8BG

Activities that can be carried out on this site



The map below shows a sites approximate location for reference only. For further site details, or to arrange a visit please use the relevant contact below.

For location access and more information on filming contact:
Adam Young 07921 199181
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For all other activities contact:
Kaye McLone or Karen Howard on 07483 152719 or 07717 542357
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