Winston Churchill's house in the countryside in Kent, a bit south of London, where he lived after 1924 (when he wasn't in Downing Street). It's a large property, now belonging to the National Trust. It has extensive grounds and gardens. In the grounds is a studio which still keeps a number of his paintings.

The National Trust handbook says "A delightful family home, with stunning views over the Weald. ... The beautifully terraced gardens contain the lakes he dug, (and) the water garden where Sir Winston fed his fish".

I didn't know he dug lakes as a hobby!

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