pleasant little country house built by William Cecil, Lord Burghley, who just happened to be one of Elizabeth I's right hand men and the Lord High Treasurer at a time when that meant a fair bit of money could find a way to your pocket, or by way of your pocket to your country house.
And this one is stunning. You're not allowed to take pictures inside, but you can believe me when I say it's beautiful and amazing and stately.
The outside is just as cool.
There are lots of other sculptures, too, but these are the ones I'd love to have near my house where I could visit them regularly.
And then you step out a bit, and you can see the form, and it's magnificent.