Buckinghamshire is located in the center of the country bordered by Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and London. The administrative center of Buckinghamshire is Aylesbury. Buckinghamshire is known as "Leafy Bucks" because of the numerous rolling hills and woodland setting. Buckinghamshire is also known for having the more properties listed in the National Trust than any other county in England. There are a total of 23 listed properties in Buckinghamshire. The largest town in the area is Milton Keynes and it is the Unitary Authority. The other towns in Buckinghamshire include Amersham, Aylesbury, Beaconsfield, Bletchley, Bourne End, Buckingham, Chesham, Great Missenden, High Wycombe, Marlow, Princes Risborough, Stony Stratford, Wendover and Winslow.
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Waddesdon Manor is a beautiful chateau (country house) that was once owned by James de Rothschild (1878–1957) before being donated to the National Trust. The property is full of beautiful objects of art, antiques, and paintings. The gardens and landscape park were designed by the French landscape architect Elie Lainé. The property is located in Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire.
Hughenden Manor is a brick manor house that was once the private home of the British Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli. The property is located in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire and has been donated to the National Trust.
Cliveden is an Italian styled mansion set on the River Thames that once belonged to Nancy Astor. The site was the location of Duke of Buckingham family home, but Cliveden has been donated to the National Trust.
Stowe Landscape Gardens are located in Stowe Buckinghamshire. They began as an English Baroque garden and have evolved into a landscape park.
West Wycombe Park.
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