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NOTES: The building was burnt down in 1921.
NOTES: The relief above the arches, depicting a hunting scene, and the Toby Jug figure in the niche, called the 'Provost', date respectively from the 17th and 18th centuries.
NOTES: This drawing is in a sketchbook compiled by Repton (1798 to circa 1805) while working in the office of John Nash.
NOTES: This large symmetrical mock castle, begun in 1811 for the first Earl Somers, is an early work of Sir Robert Smirke, demonstrating the shift from the Picturesque to Gothic Revival.
NOTES: The keep was built between 1612 and 1621 in a medievalizing style and probably designed by Robert and John Smythson. Additional ranges c. 1627-42 were by John Smythson and c. 1635-42 probably by Huntingdon Smythson.
NOTES: The lodge was in the grounds of a mansion which has been demolished.