Famous Houses in England
Red House in Bexleyheath in the southern suburbs of London, England is a key building in the history of the Arts and Crafts movement and of 19th century British architecture. It was designed by its owner William Morris and the architect Philip Webb, with wall paintings and stained glass by Edward Burne-Jones.
Wilberforce House is the birth place of William Wilberforce and is located in Kingston upon Hull, England.William Wilberforce was an MP who was influential in the abolition of slavery. The house is now a museum, which showcases the life and work of one of Hull's most famous sons.
Badminton House is a large country house in Gloucestershire, England, and has been the principal seat of the Dukes of Beaufort since the late 17th century. The architect William Kent renovated and extended the house in the Palladian style in the early 18th century, but many earlier elements remain. The sport of Badminton was invented at the house.
Harewood House from A Complete History of the County of York by Thomas Allen (1828–30), showing the house before Barry altered the facades and added an extra storey to the pavilions.Harewood House is a country house near Harewood, West Yorkshire, England. It is a member of Treasure Houses of England, a marketing consortium for the ten foremost stately homes in England.