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  1. Goodwood House es una casa de campo y finca de 4900 hectáreas (12 108,2 acre) en Westhampnett, Chichester, West Sussex, Inglaterra y es la sede del Duque de Richmond. Fue construida alrededor de 1600 y es un edificio catalogado de Grado I.

  2. From the air Goodwood House. Goodwood House is a country house and estate covering 4,900 hectares (49 km 2) in Westhampnett, Chichester, West Sussex, England and is the seat of the Duke of Richmond. The house was built in about 1600 and is a Grade I listed building.

  3. Charles Henry Gordon-Lennox, 11th Duke of Richmond, 11th Duke of Lennox, 11th Duke of Aubigny, 6th Duke of Gordon, CBE, DL (born 8 January 1955), styled Lord Settrington until 1989 and then Earl of March and Kinrara until 2017, is a British aristocrat and owner of Goodwood Estate in Sussex. [1] [2] He is the founder of the Goodwood ...

  4. El Circuito de Goodwood es un autódromo de 3.860 metros de longitud situado dentro de la finca Goodwood House del Duque de Richmond, cerca de la ciudad de Chichester, condado de Sussex Occidental, Inglaterra, Reino Unido.

  5. About Us. Goodwood, one of the finest country houses in England. Goodwood House has been the home of the Dukes of Richmond & Lennox for over 300 years. The 1st Duke of Richmond was the natural son of King Charles II and his French mistress, Louise de Keroualle. He originally bought Goodwood as a hunting lodge and subsequent Dukes enlarged the ...

  6. › estate › our-historyGoodwood - Our History

    Our History. Discover the history of Goodwood. The first Duke of Richmond, illegitimate son of Charles II by his French mistress, Louise de Kérouaille, originally rented Goodwood to enjoy the foxhunting with the nearby Charlton Hunt, then the most fashionable hunt in the country. In 1697 he bought the house, built in 1616-17 by the 9 th Earl ...

  7. Goodwood offers schools and colleges a wide range of workshops and visits to facilitate Learning Outside the Classroom, using the rich variety of sites and businesses found on the Estate. This learning programme is typically delivered through the Goodwood Education Trust (formerly West Sussex Countryside Studies Trust) a charity established by the Duke of Richmond in 1976.