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Highgrove House was built in 1796 to 1798 by John Paul Paul, and believed to have been designed by architect Anthony Keck. The estate itself came to the family through the marriage in 1771 of Josiah Paul Tippetts later Paul (his mother's family name, which he adopted under the terms of the will of his uncle, her brother) with Mary Clark, whose father Robert was the local squire.
His organic interest extends beyond farming into landscaped spaces and Highgrove House practices organic lawn management to increase biodiversity. Documenting work on his estate, Charles co-authored (with Charles Clover, environment editor of The Daily Telegraph ) Highgrove: An Experiment in Organic Gardening and Farming , published in 1993, and offers his patronage to Garden Organic .
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14/11/2022 · King Charles first bought Highgrove House and Gardens in 1980. The gardens soon became his overriding passion, and with the help of garden designers such as Molly Salisbury and Rosemary Verey, he began to transform the 15-acre plot into a series of beautiful garden rooms.