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Berrington Hall, Herefordshire, England HR6 0DW, United Kingdom

Located at Berrington Hall, a Neoclassical mansion in England’s West Midlands owned by the National Trust, the so-called Triumphal Arch, a decorative two-story archway in red sandstone leading from the Hall’s rural grounds to its formal gardens, boasts a sign reading, “This property may be unsuitable for small children due to the steep stairs and the small landing.” The estate, which lies a few minutes outside the market town of Leominster, in Herefordshire, is infinitely seductive. The stone house on the top of the hill is perfectly proportioned and grand without being immense. It is surrounded by acres of coppice-dotted meadow, in which sheep graze picturesquely, and has gorgeous gardens.

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Triumphal Arch

Located at Berrington Hall, a Neoclassical mansion in England’s West Midlands owned by the National Trust, the so-called Triumphal Arch, a decorative two-story archway in red sandstone leading from the Hall’s rural grounds to its formal gardens, boasts a sign reading, “This property may be unsuitable for small children due to the steep stairs and the small landing.” The estate, which lies a few minutes outside the market town of Leominster, in Herefordshire, is infinitely seductive. The stone house on the top of the hill is perfectly proportioned and grand without being immense. It is surrounded by acres of coppice-dotted meadow, in which sheep graze picturesquely, and has gorgeous gardens.