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Basildon Park. One of those buildings that were on my list of places that I wanted to work. My wish was fulfilled in 2008 - http://patrickbaty.co.uk/?p=2896

Basildon Park. One of those buildings that were on my list of places that I wanted to work. My wish was fulfilled in 2008 - http://patrickbaty.co.uk/?p=2896

honnington hall, shipstoun-on-stour, warwickshire

honnington hall, shipstoun-on-stour, warwickshire

Frogmore, a Royal retreat was built in the 1680s and purchased by King George III as a country retreat for Queen Charlotte in 1792. In 1900 Earl Mountbatten of Burma was born there.  Queen Victoria and Prince Albert are buried there.

Frogmore, a Royal retreat was built in the 1680s and purchased by King George III as a country retreat for Queen Charlotte in 1792. In 1900 Earl Mountbatten of Burma was born there. Queen Victoria and Prince Albert are buried there.

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

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

Hatch Court, Hatch Beauchamp An elegant house in Bath stone, graced by an arcade and four corner towers. It was built in 1755 to the designs of Thomas Prowse. Grade I listed. © Stephen Richards

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Hatch Court, Hatch Beauchamp An elegant house in Bath stone, graced by an arcade and four corner towers. It was built in 1755 to the designs of Thomas Prowse. Grade I listed. © Stephen Richards

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