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Harewood House (pronounced Harwood) is a country home build between 1759 and 1771 by architects John Carr and Robert Adams. The home was built for Edwin Lascelles through Laselles’ fortune gained from trading in the West Indies. It is located in Harewood (pronounced Hairwood, though the village is of the same spelling), West Yorkshire, England. The home has a diverse history, and today is recognized with museum status.

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