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Uppark

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Uppark

Uppark is a late 17th century house on the South Downs. It was built around 1690 by Ford Grey, a shady character who was charged with treason for supporting the Monmouth rebellion against James II. He survived, and was made Earl of Tankerville by William III, once James II had finally been deposed. In 1747 the house was sold to the Featherstonehaugh family. This wealthy family filled Uppark with treasures gathered on their travels, and hired Humphrey Repton to improve both the house and gardens.

Address and Contact Details for Uppark

Address
Uppark
South Harting
Petersfield
West Sussex GU31 5QR

Phone
+44 (0) 1730 825415

Email Address
uppark@nationaltrust.org.uk

Website
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