Uppark (West Sussex) Reviews
Description:A fine late 17th-century house set high on the South Downs with magnificent sweeping views to the sea. An extensive, ... more
Newest Review: ... remained in the hands of the Fetherstonhaugh family until 1954 when it was presented to the National Trust. However, members of the Meade-Fetherstonhaugh family continue to live and work on the estate. In fact you only get to see a tiny portion of the house, as everything above ground level still belongs to the family and that's strictly out of bounds to the great unwashed such as you and I. ... more
Customer Uppark (West Sussex) Reviews (1)
by - written on 23/03/13, updated on 05/01/14 (Very useful, 223 readings)
Uppark is a 17th-century house in South Harting, which is near Petersfield in West Sussex. The house is in the most stunning of locations as its set high on the South Downs, and you literally can see for miles and miles on a clear day. And it was a magnificently clear day when we visited Uppark in August last year; it was one the last sunny days of last year's rather poor summer, so I was extremely lucky to pick such a good day for my first visit. Despite living within 10 miles of this superb jewel of a house for the last 20 odd years, I'm ashamed to say that this was my very first visit to it. My parents have recently joined the National Trust, so they are ... Read the complete review
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