List of National Trust Properties in England - Greater London

Greater London

  • 2 Willow Road
  • Blewcoat School
  • Carlyle's House
  • Eastbury Manor House
  • Fenton House
  • George Inn
  • Lindsey House
  • Morden Hall Park
  • Osterley Park
  • Red House
  • Rainham Hall
  • Sutton House
  • Roman Baths, Strand Lane

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