English Homes Period III Vol. I, Late Tudor & Early Stuart (1558‒1649) (page 4/4)

[picture: 108.---[Beadesert Hall] From the South-West.]

108.—[Beadesert Hall] From the South-West.

The cleaner, newer part on the right is the “new dining room” build in the 16th century. See the ground plan. Beaudesert Hall was mostly demolished in the 1930s. [more...]


[picture: 173.---The South Front.]

173.—The South Front.

Benthall Hall, North Shropshire.
There were de Benthalls in 1120, and when, two centuries later, a Burnell of Acton Burnell marred their heiress he took her name as well as her property. Their descendants built the present house in the latter part of the sixteenth century. [...] The general appearance and the details consort exactly [...] [more...]


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