Audley End, Saffron Walden, Essex, England
The East Front and Parterre Gardens displaying the blue flowers of a cultivated form of Forget-me-not.
The view from the Parterre Garden showing the Temple of Concorde on the higher ground to the east.
Just beyond the stone steps there is a deep Ha-Ha which prevents direct access from the garden to the grassland beyond.
The Temple of Concord built in 1790 in honour of George III.
There are nice views from up here both of the countryside and the house itself.
The Adam Bridge to the west of the house.
This area is directly in front of the house and is open parkland with the River Cam running across it. There is a bridge across the river near the old stables.
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