HOUGHTON HALL - 1722-35 Single model
(limited edition) 300
Houghton passed to the Cholmondeley family through marriage, and the 5th Marquess and his wife Sybil began renovating the house in the 1920's. This process continues with their grandson David 7th Marquess who commissioned this model.
This great Palladian house, surrounded by magnificent park land, was built between 1722-35 for Sir Robert Walpole. Both James Gibbs and Colen Campbell were involved in the design, while Thomas Ripley was responsible for the actual construction.
Dimensions: 14.5"w x 9.5"h x 4.75"d
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