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Lovely, beautiful & peaceful, very much like George!
Oh, how I would have loved to have been a gardener at Friar Park when George was living there.
I don’t actually know the first thing about gardening but I could have picked it up as I went along…
I would love to see more of Friar Park.
Especially the inside. I can’t imagine living in a mansion with more than 100 rooms.
The caves under the house are creepy but I would love to see how the mansion was decorated, especially during Patties stay.
Post more of Friar Park please!
Those gardens are emanating such peace and calmness. And just like Alice said- it would be nice to be a gardener there. But I don´t understand anything about gardening either- my flowers were always gone, when I had them at home, because I have forgotten to give them water… I would be a very bad gardener, but if George had some animals, they would be in good hands! I understand animals- cats, dogs, but i don´t understand anything about plants and trees. But I like them a lot
This mansion looks like from a fairy tale and it´s so mysterious. I would be a little scared to sleep there, because every English mansion certainly does have some ghosts
I prefer this country’s house. The palace is stranger, dark, I don’t like Friar Park…
I prefer this house… Sorry by my English!!!!
I’m not a gardener (I’ve been known to kill plants rather than taking care of them!) but yeah, I’ll be George’s gardener! And if a plant dies, I’ll hide out at the cave…
I wonder how Olivia, and even perhaps Dhani, manages to live in that big house by themselves? It must be pretty lonely in that big house!
Anyone know who took these? They are beautiful and I would love to see more. Sensational gardens
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