Doric Temple , Enville Hall

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Date:1980 - 1985 (c.)

Description:The Enville Hall estate was landscaped between 1745 and 1755 by the 4th Earl of Stamford, using the services of the poet and landscape designer William Shenstone of Halesowen, and Sanderson Miller, a gentleman architect from Warwickshire.

The Doric Temple or Summerhouse was built in about 1750.

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Creators: County Archaeology Department - Creator

Donor ref:C/P/65/5/1/15/5/3 (43/11289)

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