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The Edwardian Country House
"Without us working here, this household
would fall apart." Kenny, hallboy
THE PROJECT|THE HOUSE|THE PEOPLE|EDWARDIAN LIFE|YOU IN 1905|TREATS|SNOB QUIZ


 
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South Terrace

 

Rebuilt by Sir James Miller in 1903 with 109 rooms, 56 acres of formal gardens with manicured lawns, a lake, enormous stables (described recently by ‘Horse and Hound’ as probably ‘the finest stabling in all the wide world’), and its own marble dairy, Manderston House epitomises the Edwardian Era – a monument to the new money of the day and the pleasures it could buy.



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