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Prince Charles Renovated This Incredible Historic Scottish Home Photos | Architectural Digest

Prince Charles Renovated This Incredible Historic Scottish Home

Dumfries House, Scotland’s most dazzling country house, re-opened its doors in 2012 after a rejuvenation spearheaded by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales

Prince Charles Renovated This Incredible Historic Scottish Home Photos | Architectural Digest

Prince Charles Renovated This Incredible Historic Scottish Home

Emblems of the harvest are carved into the paneling of the Pink Dining Room; the painting is by Venetian artist Jacopo Bassano, and the curtains are ornamented with antique tassels and trim.

Prince Charles Renovated This Incredible Historic Scottish Home Photos | Architectural Digest

Prince Charles Renovated This Incredible Historic Scottish Home

Dumfries House, Scotland’s most dazzling country house, re-opened its doors in 2012 after a rejuvenation spearheaded by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales

Prince Charles (known as the Duke of Rothesay when in Scotland) stands at the entrance to the Tapestry Room of Dumfries House, which was preserved for posterity through his efforts.

Prince Charles Renovated This Incredible Historic Scottish Home

Prince Charles (known as the Duke of Rothesay when in Scotland) stands at the entrance to the Tapestry Room of Dumfries House, which was preserved for posterity through his efforts.

Prince Charles Unveils Dumfries House Photos | Architectural Digest

Prince Charles Renovated This Incredible Historic Scottish Home

Prince Charles Renovated This Incredible Historic Scottish Home Photos | Architectural Digest

Prince Charles Renovated This Incredible Historic Scottish Home

Celebrity Homes: Prince Charles Renovated Historic Scottish Home - Prince Charles (known as the Duke of Rothesay when in Scotland) stands at the entrance to the

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Prince Charles Renovated This Incredible Historic Scottish Home

Nunwell House, Brading, Isle of Wight – A  historic English country house,  the Tudor & Jacobean style house. Nunwell was one of Earl Tostig's manors before the Conquest, held in 1086 by the king. The picturesque house has been a family home since 1522 & is of great historic & architectural interest. It was here that Sir John Oglander, was host to Charles I on his last night of freedom. It was occupied by the Oglander family from Norman times until 1980

Nunwell House, Brading, Isle of Wight – A historic English country house, the Tudor & Jacobean style house.

Butler's Pantry Biltmore Estate  -  Interior Photos

The pantry at the Biltmore Estate. You don't get a very good perspective of the size in this photo, from my memory this kitchen pantry was as big as a walk in closet, a small bedroom (and this was just for canned goods/dry food)

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