Carlisle House, Soho
Carlisle House was the name of two late seventeenth-century mansions in Soho, London, on opposite sides of Soho Square. One, at the end of Carlisle Street, is sometimes incorrectly said to have been d...
Arundel House
0°6′51″W / 51.51194°N 0.11417°W / 51.51194; -0.11417Arundel House was a London town-house or palace located between the Strand and the River Thames, near St Clement Danes.It w...
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Cannons (house)
Cannons was a stately home in Little Stanmore, Middlesex, built by James Brydges, 1st Duke of Chandos, between 1713 and 1724 at a cost of £200,000 (equivalent to £27,220,000 today) but which in 174...
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Montagu House, Whitehall
0°7′35″W / 51.50639°N 0.12639°W / 51.50639; -0.12639Montagu House was the name of two mansions in Whitehall in Westminster, Central London, England.In 1731, John Montagu, 2nd ...
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Marshalls (house)
Marshalls was a house, located in Romford in the historic parish and Royal liberty of Havering, whose former area today forms the north eastern extremity of Greater London, England. The name Marshalls...
York House, Strand
0°07′24″W / 51.50806°N 0.12333°W / 51.50806; -0.12333York House in the Strand in London was one of a string of mansions which once stood along the route from the City of Londo...
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Fauconberg House
Fauconberg House was a house in Soho Square, in Soho in the City of Westminster, London. It was occupied from 1683 to 1700 by Thomas Belasyse, 1st Earl Fauconberg. The last member of the Fauconberg fa...
Nonsuch House
The four-story Nonsuch House on London Bridge, completed in 1579, is the earliest documented prefabricated building. It was originally constructed in the Netherlands, taken apart and shipped to Londo...
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Ely Place
0°6′25″W / 51.51861°N 0.10694°W / 51.51861; -0.10694Ely Place is a gated road at the southern tip of the London Borough of Camden in London, England. It is the location of the...
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College of Arms
The College of Arms or Heralds' College is a royal corporation consisting of professional officers of arms, with jurisdiction over England, Wales, Northern Ireland and some Commonwealth realms. The he...
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Champion Lodge
Champion Lodge was a large house at Camberwell in London.
The lodge was built at the foot of Denmark Hill by Claude de Crespigny in 1717. The Prince of Wales visited the lodge in 1804 and Claude C...
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Clarendon House
0°8′30″W / 51.50861°N 0.14167°W / 51.50861; -0.14167Clarendon House was a town mansion which stood on Piccadilly in London, England, from the 1660s to the 1680s. It was built ...
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Chesterfield House, Westminster
Chesterfield House was a grand London townhouse built between 1747-52 by Philip Stanhope, 4th Earl of Chesterfield (1694–1773), statesman and man of letters. The exterior was in the Palladian style, ...
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Pembroke House
Pembroke House, located on Whitehall, was the London residence of the earls of Pembroke
It was built by the "architect earl" Henry Herbert in 1723–24 (under Colen Campbell and latterly his assista...
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Gore House
Gore House, built in the 1750s, was located in London, England, on the road that is now called Kensington Gore. It was the most easterly of a row of 18th-century houses built between Palace Gate and K...
Stubbers
Stubbers is the name of a former stately home in North Ockendon, now an activity centre.
The earliest reference to the estate subsequently known as Stubbers was in 1334. The name comes from Willia...
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Chessington Hall
Chessington Hall was a country house in Chessington, England. It is important in literary history as the home of Samuel Crisp (1707–1783), a close friend of Fanny Burney, the novelist. At the time of ...
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Holland House
0°12′9″W / 51.50250°N 0.20250°W / 51.50250; -0.20250Holland House, originally known as Cope Castle, was a great house in Kensington in London, situated in what is now Holland ...
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Rutland House
Rutland House was the name of at least two London houses occupied by the Earls and Dukes of Rutland.
Rutland House on Aldersgate Street, near Charterhouse Square in the City of London, close to S...
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Montagu House, Bloomsbury
Montagu House (sometimes spelled "Montague") was a late 17th-century mansion in Great Russell Street in the Bloomsbury district of London, which became the first home of the British Museum.The house w...
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Essex House (London)
0°6′43″W / 51.51333°N 0.11194°W / 51.51333; -0.11194Essex House was a house that fronted the Strand in London. Originally called Leicester House, it was built around 1575 for ...
Havering Palace
Havering Palace was one of the many royal residences in England. It was located in the village of Havering-atte-Bower in what is now the London Borough of Havering. It stood just to the north and wes...
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Carlton House
00°07′54.63″W / 51.5063500°N 0.1318417°W / 51.5063500; -0.1318417Carlton House was a mansion in London, best known as the town residence of the Prince Regent for several decad...
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