Ashdown House

Ashdown House

Ashdown House may refer to:
*Ashdown House, Oxfordshire, England: a 17th century country house in Ashbury, belonging to the National Trust.
*Ashdown House, East Sussex, England: an 18th century country house in Forest Row, now a school.
*Ashdown House, MIT, USA: a graduate dormitory at MIT.

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