It was designed by Sir Robert Taylor and commissioned by James Grimston, 3rd Viscount Grimston. Grimston's son was made Earl of Verulam, and the building is currently the home of the 7th Earl of Verulam.
Features of interest inside include a fireplace designed by Piranesi.
Conservation and access
- Burton (2013). "Traffic-chaos wedding was that of Earl of Verulam's daughter". Herts Advertiser.
- Esmonde Cleary, A. "Places: 79739 (Verulamium)". Pleiades. Retrieved June 19, 2018.
- "Gorhambury House". Historic Houses Association.
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