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Knole House Questions

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I read that Knole has 365 rooms, 52 staircases and 7 court yards and is called the calendar house because of it.

How many of those rooms does the visitor get to see?

Knole is currently under renovation so I assume certain areas are closed off for the next few years while they restore the property. Therefore, how much is available to the visitor and how much time is needed to see it?

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