High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Langleybury was a
country house and estate in Hertfordshire, England situated 2 miles
north of the town of Watford on a low hill above the valley of the
River Gade.The estate was purchased in 1711 by Robert Raymond then
Solicitor General later Attorney General later Baron Raymond who
was Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales from 1724 until 1732.
In 1720 he demolished the original house, of which little is known
and built a mansion which still stands on the site today. A park
was laid out around the house in the later eighteenth century. His
cipher, a griffin in a crown, can still be seen on the building.
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