/ (ˈstaʊəˌhɛd) /
a Palladian mansion near Mere in Wiltshire: built (1722) for Henry Hoare; famous for its landscaped gardens laid out (1741) by Flitcroft
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At his house "Stourhead" Sir Richard had a large library, much of which he catalogued himself.English Heraldic Book-stamps|Cyril Davenport