5 edition of The good country house guide found in the catalog.
The good country house guide
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||397 p. :|
|Number of Pages||397|
|LC Control Number||94078315|
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While the latter two are ducal palacesMontacute, although built by a Master of the Rolls to Queen Elizabeth I, was occupied for the next years by his descendants, who were gentry without a London townhouserather than aristocracy. The final blow for many country houses came following World War II ; having been requisitioned during the war, they were returned to the owners in poor repair. Would I be best placed staying where I am? She is also the only woman to win multiple Nobel Prizes, for Physics in and Chemistry in
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These varying "improvements", often criticised at the time, today are the qualities that make English country houses unique. Learn how and when to remove this template message Forde Abbey in Dorset. A strange role, and one which is rarely included in secondary sources despite it still existing in formal parades, particularly in Britain.
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Personal attention from tour guide. The Tudor period of stability in the country saw the building of the first of the unfortified great houses.
During the 20th century, thousands of country houses were demolished, their stone and fixtures sold. The key administrative role and one particularly necessary when the master of the house had to attend to business elsewhere.
By the s, with the English economy booming, new mansions were built in one of the many revivalist architectural styles popular throughout the 19th century. A male cook held great esteem for a household, greater still if he was a French chef.
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These tend either to have evolved from medieval hall houses, with rooms added as required, or were purpose-built by relatively unknown local architects.
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