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Flekstveit Cottage (foreground) with the store-house or loft from Flekstveit (in the background) at the Kviteseid Rural Museum

RIBA55373
NOTES: The Flekstveit Cottage was originally built in the 1600s but its remarkable interior decorations date from around 1750. The Flekstveit loft dates from around 1780.

Alterations to Markstakes Farm, South Chailey, East Sussex

RIBA61781
Clayton & Black
NOTES: The unspecified alterations were commissioned by Mr E. Fayle.

Alterations to Markstakes Farm, South Chailey, East Sussex: the entrance porch

RIBA61782
Clayton & Black
NOTES: The unspecified alterations were commissioned by Mr E. Fayle.

New loggia and additions to Brick House, Cranham Road, Broxted, Essex

RIBA64864
Mathews, Henry Edmund (1868-1947)
NOTES: This late fifteenth century timber-framed farmhouse is Grade II listed.

Piebalds, Gregories, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire

RIBA64903
NOTES: This farm with coach house and outbuildings was part of Gregories, the country estate of the Anglo-Irish politician Edmund Burke (1729-1797). The country house, Gregories Court, was completed in 1793 only to be burnt down in 1813. The farm was acquired in the 1920s by the influential editor and journalist James Louis Garvin (1868-1947) who had the coach house, Piebalds, converted into a library for his own use.

Piebalds, Gregories, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire

RIBA64904
NOTES: This farm with coach house and outbuildings was part of Gregories, the country estate of the Anglo-Irish politician Edmund Burke (1729-1797). The country house, Gregories Court, was completed in 1793 only to be burnt down in 1813. The farm was acquired in the 1920s by the influential editor and journalist James Louis Garvin (1868-1947) who had the coach house, Piebalds, converted into a library for his own use.
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