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Kings Weston House, (Grade I listed) Kingsweston, Somereset. Buildings in the grounds include a Loggia, Brewhouse & Echo, all grade I listed. Built between 1712/1719, designed by Sir John Vanbrugh for Edward Southwell. The Kings Weston estate possesses one of the largest collections of buildings designed by Vanbrugh in the UK. Whilst the house & the majority of the estate buildings are still standing, others have been demolished or been heavily altered. Used as a hospital during WWI.
Georgian House, Bristol. There are six floors. Attic rooms where servants slept are hidden by the parapet. Below is the fifth floor, where the family slept. The fourth floor has a drawing room, library and ladies withdrawing room. The third floor is at ground level and there is an entrance hall, a powder room (for powdering wigs), dining and breakfast rooms and a study. Below is a basement kitchen, laundry and housekeeper's room. Sub basement houses a furnace, cistern and rainwater tank.