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Arlington Court, in North Devon, stands as a prime example of neoclassical architecture. Built between 1820 and 1823 near Barnstaple, this Grade II* listed country house is set in the peaceful parish of Arlington. The house, known for its historical and architectural significance, is complemented by its Grade II* listed parklands and gardens in the National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens, offering visitors a serene landscape to explore.

Moreover, the estate houses the National Trust Carriage Museum, featuring a significant collection of historical carriages, providing insights into transportation history. Arlington Court and its museum, with its blend of history, architecture, and nature, are essential destinations for anyone visiting North Devon.