Witley Court, Worcestershire, of The Lords Foley , of The Counts of Dudley, The Smith Family and The Wigington Family
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Built for the Foley family in 1635, it was massively expanded by the ironmaster Dudleys in the 19th century, sprouting high, classical ballrooms and halls
The ruins of Witley Court, Worcestershire. The house was remodelled with extensive additions by Samuel Daukes, c1855-9, for Lord Ward (Earl of Dudley 1860), one of the richest men in England. The church and portico were left untouched, but the rest of the house was encased in palatial Italian Renaissance facades. After a major fire in 1937 the house was abandoned and fell into ruin.
The side of Witley Court
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The conservatory, Witley Court
The garden facade of Chicheley Hall which was built by Francis Smith in the early 18th century is decorated with Corinthian pilasters and a finel carved frieze
Oakley Court, a menudo utilizado como lugar de rodaje, en Berkshire, Inglaterra
Harlaxton Manor es una mansión situada en Harlaxton, condado de Lincolnshire, en Inglaterra. Fue construida en 1837 por Sir Gregory Gregory. La casa actualmente alberga el campus británico de la Universidad de Evansville. Wikipedia