Monumento Histórico en México, obra de Nauzet Rodríguez para transformarla en un genial restaurant...

In a mood for something Mexican? An unusual bar restaurant that carries the aura of the old colonial fortress? Romantic atmosphere and strong historical spirit

Helen Lucas Architects Edinburgh | project | shepherds cottage extension | living spaces

Helen Lucas Architects Edinburgh | project | shepherds cottage extension | living spaces

Snowshill Manor, Gloucestershire, was the property of Winchcombe Abbey from 821 until 1539 when the Abbey was confiscated by King Henry VIII during the Dissolution of the Monasteries. Between 1539 and 1919 it had a number of tenants and owners until it was purchased by Charles Paget Wade, an architect, artist-craftsman, collector, poet and heir to the family fortune. He restored the property, and gave the property and its contents to the National Trust in 1951

Snowshill Manor, Gloucestershire, was the property of Winchcombe Abbey from 821 until 1539 when the Abbey was confiscated by King Henry VIII during the Dissolution of the Monasteries. Between 1539 and 1919 it had a number of tenants and owners until it was purchased by Charles Paget Wade, an architect, artist-craftsman, collector, poet and heir to the family fortune. He restored the property, and gave the property and its contents to the National Trust in 1951

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