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In the late 17th century, the house was completely rebuilt by Sir Richard Temple, 3rd Baronet, (c.1683) on the present site.
This house is now the core of the mansion known today.
In 1754 Count Stanisław August Poniatowski (the future King of Poland) visited the gardens.
In July 1770 there was a house party lasting several days whose guests included Princess Amelia, The Hon.
Apart from an increase in the size of some of the basement windows (which in this context means ground level, as the first floor is a piano nobile) the facade is unchanged today.
All of the top floor windows in the earlier version of this front were sacrificed for the sake of architectural effect. Stowe House is a grade I listed country house in Stowe, Buckinghamshire, England.
The 1730s and 1740s saw visits by Henrietta, Countess of Suffolk, and The 1st Earl of Bath; The Prince Frederick, Prince of Wales, along with other friends of Lord Cobham (see the Temple of Friendship), were also frequent guests.
In 1750, The 1st Earl of Bristol attended a reception at the house.
The old medieval stronghold was located near Stowe Parish Church that is about 100 yards to the south-east of the current house.