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Downes House, Crediton, Devon - Moses Gould’s original building at Downes in 1692 was in red brick, but in 1794 James Buller faced the red brick with Beer stone & the windows were lowered. The pediment with the Buller Coat of Arms was also added. In 1840 James Wentworth Buller demolished the back part of the house, which included a brewhouse & built the present red brick back section to contain staff quarters & extra bedrooms for his family of 10 surviving children.

Kiplin Hall in North Yorkshire. I took this picture on a visit while staying near Scotch Corner. (Only 30 miles from home!)

Spetchley Hall Classical Palladian mansion, built in 1811 for the Berkeley family by architect John Tasker. Not open to the public, but sits in 30 acres of formal garden, which is well worth a visit. This house was to be Winston Churchill's residence and seat of government should the Germans have invaded the south-east in World War II, with the royal family moving to Madresfield Court near Malvern

Beechwood Park was a mansion, near Markyate, Hertfordshire, England. It now houses Beechwood Park School. wikipedia

Danson House, Danson Park, Bexleyheath, Bexley, London. Now a Registry Office, so not sure if it's open to the public on the inside.

from Architectural Digest

Magnificent Estates for Sale in England, France, and Ireland

STATS 36 BEDROOMS 15 BATHS 32,000 SQ. FT. $10 MILLION Tucked away in a valley in the north of England, Grantley Hall is a sprawling 17th-century, Grade II–listed manse gracing 30 lush acres.