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  1. Ashdown House is a country house and former school near Forest Row, East Sussex, England, a Grade II* listed building. One of the first houses in England to be built in the Greek Revival architectural style, it was designed in 1793 as the second independent work of Benjamin Henry Latrobe, his last work in Britain before emigrating to ...

  2. 30 de sept. de 2019 · The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) has identified Ashdown House in Forest Row, East Sussex, as one of its points of focus.

  3. 24 de ago. de 2021 · Founded in 1843, Ashdown House was one of the oldest prep schools in the country. A boarding and day school for boys and girls aged between seven and 13, it specialised in preparing students to ‘successfully move on to the leading public schools’, such as Eton, Harrow and Marlborough.

  4. 30 de jul. de 2022 · Another school to lay claim to some notable past alumni is Ashdown House. The school was a prep-school in Forest Row, East Sussex, and had around 100 students at the time of its COVID induced closure in 2020.

  5. Location. 1 mile E of Forest Row, East Sussex, England, off the B2110 road. 2 miles south of Hammerwood Park (1792–95), Latrobe’s only other independent work in Europe. PRINCIPAL BUILDING AND REAR STABLE/SERVICE BLOCK. Design and construction. Built c. April 1793 – c. July 1795.

  6. › house › ashdown-houseAshdown House - DiCamillo

    Ashdown House. Forest Row, near East Grinstead. East Sussex. England. Circa Date: 1790 w/19th & 20th century alterations and additions. Status: Fully Extant. House Open to Public: No. Country House: Yes.

  7. Forest Row, East Sussex. Completed in 1794, for John Trayton Fuller (1743-1811) and his second wife, Hon. Anne Elliot (1754-1835). It was designed by Benjamin Latrobe (1764-1820) who two years later emigrated to America where he is best known as the architect of the United States Capitol and for adding the portico on to the south front of The ...