Wilton House


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Wilton House

n
(Named Buildings) a mansion in Wilton in Wiltshire: built for the 1st Earl of Pembroke in the 16th century; rebuilt after a fire in 1647 by Inigo Jones and John Webb; altered in the 19th century by James Wyatt; landscaped grounds include a famous Palladian bridge
References in periodicals archive ?
And she adds: "According to the book Ellerman's: A Wealth of Shipping, by James Taylor (Wilton House Gentry, 1976), the Papayanni family was quite wealthy - and a shipping family of note.
Elderly residents at Wilton House care home in Darlington also enjoy his regular visits.
It will be hosted by Martin Lowcock with support from Mark Webster, of Wilton House vet clinic.
'Wilton House' by Wilson (1714-1782) was estimated to be worth PS30,000 to PS40,000 but still made a substantial sum on Tuesday.
Here a bravura new style quickly evolved, transformed both by a first-hand study of the great Van Dycks at Wilton House and a need to work rapidly to fulfil his commissions.
The sets for the main rooms in the palace, constructed at London's 3 Mills Studios, are based on the aristocratic 16th-century residence Wilton House, while the exteriors are of 18th-century Blenheim Palace.
Browning, got a Wilton House condo under contract on April 14, 2014 and recently closed on May 16, 2014.
Her large cottage on the grounds of Wilton House near Salisbury became Whistler's refuge from London.
"A drive away is Wilton House, a stately home and lovely gardens with a big children's play area."
TODAY: Petrolheads will love the car show at Wilton House, Salisbury, Wilts, which features the new Aston Martin Vanquish and more.
The Wilton house was an SRO (single room occupancy), a flophouse basically.
Gilbert (half- brother of Sir Walter Raleigh and brother of Sir Humphrey Gilbert, the great Elizabethan explorer) designed the gardens of Wilton House for its incumbent William Herbert, third earl of Pembroke (fourth cousin and patron of George).