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The mansion built in the Italianate Style by pottery magnate C.C. Thompson in 1876 and preserved in turn of the century grandeur is listed on the National Register of Historical Places.
When the new highway was to be built this home was to be torn down by the state. Some brains those people have! Good thing it was saved.
This photo made my TOP 20 set
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Cherkley Court, home of the 1st Lord Beaverbrook between 1910-1964, is set in 400 acres of park and woodlands, and has recently been extensively renovated by the Beaverbrook Foundation.
In Leatherhead, Surrey, England
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Polesden Lacey, Great Bookham, Surrey, England.
The Edwardian house was built in the 17th century
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Mansion Bloom was photographed at Bellevue State Park located in Wilmington Delaware. In the background you can see the front facade of the Mansion. Photograph created by Melissa Fague.
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Taken at Old Westbury Gardens on Long Island in NY.
Old Mansion near Moscow, hope it will be repaired soon. Awesome colourful building in the forest.
Mansion House, Edinburgh Zoo.
Previously known as Corstorphine Hill House, this was originally built in 1793 and as home to the Macmillan family was given a Scots Baronial makeover in 1891. In 1912 the house and surrounding estate was purchased for £17,000 by the The Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, and Edinburgh Zoo opened here on 22 July 1913.
These days the house fulfils a variety of functions, including as a popular venue for weddings.
Pequeña estufa de carbón, para calentar los dormitorios.
A pesar de que era una mansión de alguien con un poder adquisitivo muy alto, de la nobleza, no disponía de un sistema de calefacción convencional, ya que la casa es de finales del S. XIX.
The beautiful Cylburn mansion was built in the 1860s as the private estate of businessman Jesse Tyson. It still has the original tapestry (frayed in places) on the walls in this grand center hall.
Mansion on the grounds of the Batsto Historic Village. Yes... there will be more shots of this.
"LOS GUARDIANES DE LA MANSION".
Created for the Artistic Manipulation Group's MIXMASTER CHALLENGE #22.
CHEF JACI challenges us to create an interior scene. Here are the ingredients:
➤ Your image's background must be an interior environment (living room, bedroom, kitchen, etc.).
➤ It must feature a wild animal (not pet or farm animal).
➤ There must be a red object.
➤ And an internal light source (candle, lamp, fireplace, etc.).
➤ NOTHING FROM THE VEGETABLE KINGDOM (no plants, flowers, trees, seeds, leaves, roots, etc.; but wooden furniture is okay).
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Querétaro - México.
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The hauntingly beautiful but deteriorating Ouerbacker mansion at 1633 W. Jefferson St Louisville Kentucky.
Built in the 16th century by Andrew Corbet . When he died in 1579 his son Robert Corbet, influenced by classical architecture overseas set about building a new mansion , unfortunately he died of the plague in1583 . After his death his two brothers Richard and Vincent carried on with the building work . The mansion and castle were repaired after the civil war but fell into disuse in the 18th century , and were partially demolished . The castle and mansion are still owned by the Corbet family , but managed by English heritage .
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Week 2/52. Theme of the week: Nature.
I hope I am not breaking the week theme rules here. But I can't think anything more natural than Northern Lights. I wanted to give the mansion as dramatic look as possible. And this was the outcome. Have a nice day! ;-)
Ionic columns create a beautiful entrance to this Pacific Heights mansion in San Francisco, California.
A view of the old Vaile mansion in Independence Missouri, near Kansas City. This old mansion was built in 1881 and is open to the public for tours, although the day I took this, I didn't have time to take a tour. You can read more about this old structure here:
www.vailemansion.org/Welcome.html One thing of note is that they often spend the ENTIRE month of November decorating the mansion for Christmas. I bet it's a sight to see! It's a cold, rainy morning here BUT there's coffee!!! Have a great week everyone!
3 shot handheld of the mansion at Cylburn Arboretum in Baltimore
This great house reminds me of a Trisha Romance painting.
It is listed for sale, and it does need some work that is not evident in this image.
If you buy it, please let me know. I would love to explore the indoor area.
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David Davis was Lincoln's law partner and Supreme Court Justice during the Presidency. The Italianate style home was built in the 1870s and is called 'Clover Lawn'.
The Moss Mansion is a beautiful manion of historical significance in Billings, Montana. We took a tour through it on our vacation this summer.
It was built by a wealthy and well-travelled family in 1903. The amazing thing about it, is that that one of the daughters lived in the house until her death in the 1980's. She had never changed the furnishings or the elaborate decor, so that the house was left very much as it had been in 1903! The city of Billings purchased it, after her death, and made it into a kind of living museum.
You aren't allowed to photograph the inside, but if you're interested, you can see pictures and read about the house and the Moss Family here: