Muiresk House, Turriff, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Pre-1604, 1700, later 18thC, with alterations of 1830 and 1840. Photo.: Savills
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Rievaulx Terrace - the Ionic Temple. The Ionic Temple was built to be used as a space for entertaining, with a kitchen in the basement and an elaborately decorated reception room above. Rievaulx Terrace was constructed in the 1750s by Thomas Duncombe of nearby Duncombe Park as an adjunct to his gardens. The terrace winds along the ridge overlooking the ruins of Rievaulx Abbey in the valley below. At either end is a classical temple.
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The temple at Gunnersbury Park in London was built for Princess Amelia, favourite daughter of George II, when she lived at Gunnersbury. The present 19th century house was once owned by the Rothschild family who sold it to Ealing Borough Council and Acton Borough Council. The grounds were opened as a public park by Neville Chamberlain in 1926. Century House, Gardens Folly, Pools House, Gates House, Borough Council, Architecture Th British, Green House, Gardens Ornaments, British Isle
The 14th century Archbishop's Palace on the banks of the River Medway in Kent. The Palace was a home away from home for travelling Archbishops by B Lowe
“ 17th-century Manor House, Oxfordshire, England, property of Philip Mould, art dealer and broadcaster. Source: June 2013 issue of House & Garden, by Andrew Montgomery ”