- RT @LostHeritage: NEW images: Wiganthorpe Hall, Yorkshire, demolished 1955 as surplus to requirements. Sales show decline: £110K w/4k acres… 1 day ago
- RT @LostHeritage: NEW image: Trentham Hall, Staffordshire, demolished 1912, due to pollution from the growing urban area. Photo shows the c… 1 day ago
- RT @LostHeritage: NEW image: Hallingbury Place, Essex, demolished 1926. One of the great county houses, enlarged by Houblon family in 1730,… 1 day ago
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For some, the height of connoisseurship is to own a Picasso or a Rembrandt, and, in the same way, one can also aspire to live in a house designed by one of the great architects. Yet, although some were prolific, … Continue reading
Throughout September, the increasing weight of each week’s ‘Country Life‘ magazine heralds the starts of one of the busy periods for launches of country houses. As an relatively unscientific barometer it would appear that the market is doing well with … Continue reading
When it was completed in 1724, Iver Grove was one of the first houses in Britain built using the then radical Palladian styling; pre-dating even Lord Burlington’s famous Chiswick House. Iver Grove is a beautiful and compact red brick essay … Continue reading