The gardens of this house are now in the care of the National Trust, but the estate is still owned by a descendent of the original owner, Henry Davis Pochin, a Victorian chemist and entrepreneur who invented the process that enables soap to be coloured. His daughter married Charles McLaren an MP who became Lord Aberconway in 1911 and she inherited the estate in 1895. The estate is now managed by their great-grandson, Michael McLaren, who also manages the gardens on behalf of the National Trust. The house is not open to the public.
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