The balusters were a superb piece of workmanship, and the wall all the way up was oak-panelled
, with carving that would have done credit to a palace.
I turned away tantalized, left the dancers, and wandered into the oak-panelled
The place was said to have been built in the days of King Henry the Eighth; and there was a legend, not only that Queen Elizabeth had slept there one night while upon a hunting excursion, to wit, in a certain oak-panelled
room with a deep bay window, but that next morning, while standing on a mounting block before the door with one foot in the stirrup, the virgin monarch had then and there boxed and cuffed an unlucky page for some neglect of duty.
In the huge gilt Venetian lantern, spoil of some Doge's barge, that hung from the ceiling of the great, oak-panelled
hall of entrance, lights were still burning from three flickering jets: thin blue petals of flame they seemed, rimmed with white fire.
The low-roofed, oak-panelled
room into which he conducted them was brilliantly lit by four scented oil lamps.
The old hall, oak-panelled
and high-windowed, had been turned into a court of investigation.
Pictures uploaded toRightMoveshow oak-panelled
rooms, old-fashioned fire places and a winding staircase all befitting of a rural mansion.
The hall retains its period charm and character with an array of original features such as oak-panelled
ceilings and walls, two beautiful panelled receptions rooms along with a feature dining room.
It spans three floors and includes an oak-panelled
entrance hall with feature fireplace and grand staircase, library with exposed oak-panelling and fireplace and five reception rooms with impressive feature fireplaces.
There's also a grand oak-panelled
dining room as well as gardens, a paddock and woodland.
Today the accommodation covers almost 14,000 sq ft and contains Adams fireplaces and a magnificent oak-panelled
The house is approached by an attractive oak-panelled
front door and leads onto a hallway area with flagstone flooring.