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Arley Hall, Cheshire: ‘Jacobethan’, built 1832-1845 by George Latham (†1871) for Rowland Egerton-Warburton

Arley Hall, Cheshire: ‘Jacobethan’, built by George Latham for Rowland Egerton-Warburton

Cottesbrooke Hall & estate, Creaton, Northants; Grade I listed country house reputed to be the inspiration for Jane Austen's Mansfield Park. A near-perfect example of Queen Anne architecture located in a large parkland setting with wide views across the countryside. Constructed in brick with ashlar dressings with lead & slate roofs with a 7-window frontage. Begun in 1702, finished in 1713 by Sir John Langham & remains today largely unaltered. The home of the MacDonald-Buchanan family since…

Cottesbrooke Hall, Northamptonshire – built between It is said to be the house on which Jane Austen based the Bertram family's home in Mansfield Park.

Hanbury Hall

Hanbury Hall

Hanbury Hall

Hanbury Hall

Arley Hall, clock tower with The Ride on the left & the Tudor barn (1602) on the right

Arley Hall, clock tower with The Ride on the left & the Tudor barn on the right

109 Kedleston Hall, garden front as originally designed, print

109 Kedleston Hall, garden front as originally designed, print

Main Hall, Hanbury Hall

Main Hall, Hanbury Hall

Glorious gardens at Thoresby Hall, Ollerton, Nottinghamshire. Designed by Anthony Salvin, 1864-75, for Earl Manvers. Grade 1 listed. Now a hotel.

Glorious gardens at Thoresby Hall, Ollerton, Nottinghamshire. Designed by Anthony Salvin, for Earl Manvers. Now a hotel.

Main Hall, Hanbury Hall

Main Hall, Hanbury Hall

Staircase, Hanbury Hall

Staircase, Hanbury Hall

#perfection Entradas luminosas hacen más cálido el hogar

Lovely Foyer w/Wide Entry Halls -- True Southern Home, like the stairs

Dining hall at Lyme Park, Disley, Derbyshire.

Dining hall at Lyme Park, Disley, Derbyshire.

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90 Kedleston Hall, Entrance Hall, Corinthian Columns and Pilasters, of veined local alabaster, view across Saloon end wall

Entrance Hall of Hever Castle, Kent, England, UK. The Entrance Hall was added to the fifteenth century manor house in c.1506 by Thomas Boleyn, Anne Boleyn’s father. Original timbers can be seen in the earlier doorway, directly opposite the current entrance. | http://www.hevercastle.co.uk/

Entrance Hall of Hever Castle, Kent, England, UK. The Entrance Hall was added…