Farleigh Wallop

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Farleigh Wallop
Farleigh Wallop is located in Hampshire
Farleigh Wallop
Farleigh Wallop
Farleigh Wallop shown within Hampshire
District
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Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town BASINGSTOKE
Postcode district RG25 2
Dialling code 01256
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51°13′00″N 1°06′37″W / 51.2166°N 1.1104°W / 51.2166; -1.1104Coordinates: 51°13′00″N 1°06′37″W / 51.2166°N 1.1104°W / 51.2166; -1.1104

Farleigh Wallop is a small village and civil parish in Hampshire, England, approximately 2 miles (3.2 km) south of Basingstoke on the slopes of Farleigh Hill (208 m). The parish includes about 1,725 acres (6.98 km2) and according to the Post Office was included at the 2011 in the civil parish of Nutley.

Since 1486, Farleigh Wallop has been the home of the Wallop family, including John Wallop, Henry Wallop, and Gerard Wallop, 9th Earl of Portsmouth, whose seat, Farleigh House, is in the village.[1]

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  1. ^ "Farleigh House". National Garden Society. 

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