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On the Market: A Historical House Reimagined for a Modern Family in Stroud, England (Remodelista)

The kitchen/dining walls are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Mole’s Breath. The vintage industrial lights are from Stroud company Trainspotters.

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Downton Abbey's Lady Violet Crawley's home for £3.95million

A price to make even Downton Abbey's dowager countess curse: House which doubles for home of Maggie Smith's character up for sale for £3.95million | Daily Mail Online

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Holdenby House, Northampton, Northamptonshire. Built in 1583 by Sir Christopher Hatton, Lord Chancellor & favourite of Elizabeth I - the largest private house in Elizabethan England - with 123 huge glass windows around two courtyards, specifically to honour his beloved Elizabeth. Hatton refused to live in the house prior to the Queen's first visit. In 1709 it was bought by the Duke of Marlborough, since when it has descended down the female line to the Lowther family.

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On the Market: A Historical House Reimagined for a Modern Family in Stroud, England: Remodelista

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Kitchen of the Week: A Kitchen in a Rescued Billiard Hall, London Theater Designer Edition

London theater designer Niki Turner's chalkboard painted kitchen in a former billiard room in a historic house in Gloucestershire | Remodelista

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