List of National Trust Properties in England - Surrey


  • Box Hill
  • Clandon Park
  • Claremont Landscape Garden
  • Dapdune Wharf
  • Ham House
  • Hatchlands Park
  • Hindhead Common
  • Hydon's Ball
  • Leith Hill
  • Oakhurst Cottage
  • Polesden Lacey
  • River Wey
  • Runnymede
  • Shalford Mill
  • The Homewood
  • Winkworth Arboretum
  • The Witley Centre

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