- RT @sowtz: I think we'll have a few more hidden places at @Wentworth_House. Hope the staying at home is going well for you all! #Wentworth… 20 hours ago
- RT @NicholasKingsle: My #countryhousepic shows Holmewood, Langton Green (Kent), built 1827 by Decimus Burton for J. Carruthers, but rebuilt… 1 day ago
- RT @BrownCapability: In 1770s #CapabilityBrown advised John Conyers II on landscaping the park at Copped Hall #Epping #Essex. Brown’s accou… 1 day ago
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Monthly Archives: July 2012
The style of country houses enjoys huge variety, be it Classical, a Palladian essay in symmetry, or perhaps Gothic, decorated with tracery and spandrels, or an old timber-framed hall house, beams twisted with age, but perhaps one defining feature common … Continue reading
One of the joys of Country House Rescue is to bring to light some of the lesser known houses. The subject of this week’s edition (12 July, 20:00, Channel 4), Meldon Park in Northumberland, can certainly be said to be … Continue reading
If there were a league table of how often a house and family appear on TV or in the papers, an unexpectedly high entry would probably be the Fulfords of Great Fulford in Devon. Having featured in other programmes and … Continue reading