Peckover House, built in 1722, is a National Trust property located in North Brink, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire. The exterior of the house gives little idea of the elaborate and elegant interior of fine panelled rooms, Georgian fireplaces with carved over-mantels, and ornate plaster decoration.
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The exterior sconces are original to Zaik's 1956 design. A series of decks wraps around the house, connected by aggregate walkways that are part of a hardscape jointly designed by Helgerson's office and Lilly Villa Gardens. Modern home with dark exterior and windows.
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