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  1. Bulstrode is an English country house and its large park, located to the southwest of Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire. The estate spreads across Chalfont St Peter, Gerrards Cross and Fulmer, and predates the Norman conquest. Its name may originate from the Anglo-Saxon words burh (marsh) and stród (fort). [1]

  2. 9 de jul. de 2023 · A magnificent 17th-century estate that served as the backdrop for a renowned TV series and blockbuster movies has been listed on the market. Situated in the sought-after area of Gerrards Cross, Bulstrode Park was once the residence of the notorious Judge Jeffreys.

  3. DESCRIPTION. LOCATION, AREA, BOUNDARIES, LANDFORM, SETTING. Bulstrode Park lies adjacent to the west edge of Gerrards Cross, 4km east of Beaconsfield, in the Chiltern Hills.

  4. Bulstrode Park and House. BCL March 12, 2016. Grade II listing area marked on map. Bulstrode is a large park and mansion and lies on the western edge of Gerrards Cross adjacent to the A40. There is pedestrian access to the park from the end of Main Drive as well as Hedgerley Lane and from the house or mansion grounds.

  5. List entry 1001371. Grade II* Park and Garden: Bulstrode Park. May include summary, reasons for designation and history.

  6. history. Bulstrode Park, Buckinghamshire, England. Bulstrode is a large park and mansion to the northwest of the Buckinghamshire town of Gerrard's Cross in the English Home Counties. The estate predates the Norman conquest and the name may originate from the Anglo-Saxon words burh (marsh) and stród meaning (fort). [1] First house.

  7. Bulstrode Park is a Grade II* park listed on the ‘Register of Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest in England’. While its evolution as a designed landscape can be traced back to the late 17th century, it was. Humphrey Repton who redesigned the pleasure grounds in the early 19th century.