This is one of the last great houses built in the Jacobean style
Eventually, however, this was almost completely demolished, making way for a home built in the Scottish Jacobean style
with detailed gables and dormers with an assymetrical front elevation laced with strapwork.
Wood House, an imposing and essentially Jacobean style
sort of thing, measures in at 10,119 square feet with a grand reception hall, Clive Christian-designed kitchen, refrigerated flower room, and walk-in wine cellar.
A Grade II listed detached, this Jacobean style
residence is attributed to Walter Scott and its magnificence features in Pevsner Architectural Guides.
The Grade I listed hall has been home to the family since 1660, and was re-modelled in the mid-19th century in a Jacobean style
inspired by an earlier building.
The carvings were designed by the renowned architect GF Bodley (1827-1907), employed in 1902 by George Herbert, who was keen to update Powis Castle whilst retaining its Jacobean style
Price speaks with immense pride of her involvement, and soon latched on to why there was a racehorse trained in Ireland named after the Jacobean style
DEMOLISHED A FINE house to fall was Moreton Paddox in Moreton Morrell, built in 1909 in the Jacobean style
for Robert Emmett, an Irish-American millionaire.
Two mansions in Jacobean style
also survive from that time, St Nicholas Abbey and Drax Hall.
Built in the 1860s for the Prescott family, who were London merchant bankers, it was designed by distinguished architect Henry Curzon in the Jacobean style
, and constructed by Treasure and Sons of Shrewsbury.
He was employed in 1902 by George Herbert, the 4th Earl of Powis, who was keen to update Powis Castle whilst retaining its Jacobean style