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Charlbury is in the Evenlode Valley, looking over to the remaining parts of Wychwood Forest. A pleasant, stone-built village. Of note is the 17th century Lee Place and the splendid wisaria covering houses near the church. The church dates from medieval times, and has a 700 year old stairway and some fine stained glass. Cornbury House was the home of the Earl of Leicester, favourite of Queen Elizabeth I; it is set amid a 600 acre deer park. The 18th century mansion of Ditchley Park, 2½ miles north-east, is on the site of an earlier building used by James I when hunting in Wychwood Forest and later owned by the family of General Robert E. Lee, who fought for the South in the American Civil War and signed its surrender.
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