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Stourhead is a 2,650 acre (11 kmĀ²) estate in south west Wiltshire at the source of the River Stour. The gardens were designed in the mid-18th century by the banker Henry Hoare II, who owned the estate. The lake was achieved by the construction of a dam accross the Stour. Since 1946 the estate has been owned by the National Trust and has been their second most visited property, behind Wakehurst, several years running.