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Here are some great aerial views and pictures of Friar Park, built in 1875 for the eccentric lawyer Sir Frank Crisp is a 120-room Victorian neo-Gothic mansion in Henley-on-Thames. By the 1960’s it had fallen into disrepair and was due to be demolished. Enter Beatle George Harrison in 1970 and his imagination, energy and finances restored the house and enlarged its lake. It also has a rockery, large green house and formal gardens which are a fine view on a hot air balloon flight over Henley. Read more about the history of Friar Park at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friar_Park and the songs that it inspired George to write.

Here are some great aerial views and pictures of Friar Park, built in 1875 for the eccentric lawyer Sir Frank Crisp is a 120-room Victorian neo-Gothic mansion in Henley-on-Thames. By the 1960’s it had fallen into disrepair and was due to be demolished. Enter Beatle George Harrison in 1970 and his imagination, energy and finances restored the house and enlarged its lake. It also has a rockery, large green house and formal gardens which are a fine view on a hot air balloon flight over Henley. Read more about the history of Friar Park at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friar_Park and the songs that it inspired George to write.

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