If I lived in a period drama
Holkham Hall, Holkham, Norfolk. Constructed in the Palladian style for 1st Earl of Leicester (5th creation) by architect William Kent. One of England's finest examples of the Palladian revival style of architecture, the severity of its design is closer to Palladio's ideals than many of the other numerous Palladian style houses of the period. Formerly known as Neals, purchased in 1609 by Sir Edward Coke. The ancestral home of the Coke family, the Earls of Leicester of Holkham.
Holkham Hall - Norfolk, England
Philadelphia Auctioneer Benjamin Tevis painted by Thomas Sully.
George Bridgeman 2nd Earl of Bradford by Sir George Hayter
A.T. Cronin Workshop
Belton House, Belton, Grantham, Lincs. Grade I listed country house. Surrounded by formal gardens & a series of avenues leading to follies within a larger wooded park. Belton has been described as a compilation of all that is finest of Carolean architecture, the only truly vernacular style of architecture that England had produced since the Tudor period. For 300 years, Belton House was the seat of the Brownlow & Cust family, who first acquired land in the area in late 16th c.
Luberon 20mn from Avignon - Rare Eighteenth Century Bastide - Emile Garcin
Struts Problem Report
The Drawing Room at Hinton Ampner, Hampshire, England with views from the windows and heavily draped curtains. After the fire of 1960 the room was redesigned to complement the 18th century styles of the other rooms
The green velvet bedroom at Osterley House ~ part of the design of Robert Adam to the stately home of Sir Francis Child (renovations to the derelict Elizabethan manor were begun in 1761, then completed under his heir, Robert). In the 2012 Batman film, "The Dark Knight Rises", the interior of Osterley House was used as a double for Wayne Manor.
A Lavish English Country Estate