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Harewood House

Harewood House is a stately home near Harewood, West Yorkshire, England. It is a member of Treasure Houses of England, a marketing consortium for the ten foremost stately homes in England.

The house was built from 1759 for the Lascelles family who had bought the easte after making their fortune in haberdashery[?] and customs work in the West Indies. John Carr[?] was one of the architects; he married one of the Lascelles daughters. The other architect was Robert Adam. There are wall panels by Angelica Kauffmann and furniture by Thomas Chippendale of Otley. Lancelot Brown ("Capability" Brown) designed the grounds.

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