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Trewithen, Truro, Cornwall - Meaning 'house of the trees', this is a neat Palladian house, lived in by the same family for over 250 years. When Phillip Hawkins first bought Trewithen in 1715 he established the estate as home to a dynasty that has, through the centuries, made a very significant contribution to Cornwall. Phillip Hawkins was a wealthy attorney & landowner who commissioned London architect Thomas Edwards to rebuild Trewithen & lay out the park.

Trewithen, Truro, Cornwall - Meaning 'house of the trees', this is a neat Palladian house, lived in by the same family for over 250 years. When Phillip Hawkins first bought Trewithen in 1715 he established the estate as home to a dynasty that has, through the centuries, made a very significant contribution to Cornwall. Phillip Hawkins was a wealthy attorney & landowner who commissioned London architect Thomas Edwards to rebuild Trewithen & lay out the park.

England Travel Inspiration - Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire showing the ruins of the old Hall. Bess built the new house in her 70's. She ran the old and new hall side by side, it is why the new house did not have to be that large.

England Travel Inspiration - Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire showing the ruins of the old Hall. Bess built the new house in her 70's. She ran the old and new hall side by side, it is why the new house did not have to be that large.

Whitmore Hall, Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire - In the same family for over 900 years, descendants of the Normans, the house is a fine example of the late 17th and early 18th centuries. It is built of warm brick, with pediment and a later, 19th century porch. One of the outstanding features of Whitmore is the extremely rare example of a late Elizabethan stable block, the ground floor is part cobbled and has nine oak-carved stalls.

Whitmore Hall, Newcastle under Lyme, Staffordshire - In the same family for over 900 years, descendants of the Normans, the house is a fine example of the late 17th and early 18th centuries. It is built of warm brick, with pediment and a later, 19th century porch. One of the outstanding features of Whitmore is the extremely rare example of a late Elizabethan stable block, the ground floor is part cobbled and has nine oak-carved stalls.

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