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The Mackintosh House Open in a new windowLink Details
- A QuickTime virtual reality tour of the house of architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928), with its original contents restored. Visitor information.
- http://www.hunterian.gla.ac.uk/collections/art_gallery/mac_house/machouse_index.shtml

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The Georgian House, Bristol Open in a new windowLink Details
- Built by John Pinney, a Bristol sugar merchant who owned land and slaves in the Caribbean. Interior restored to the way it would have looked in his time. Photos, brief history and visitor information from owner Bristol City Council.
- http://www.bristol.gov.uk/ccm/content/Leisure-Culture/Museums-Galleries/bristols-georgian-house.en

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Henley-in-Arden Heritage Centre, Warwickshire Open in a new windowLink Details
- A part-14th-century house with crown post has become a heritage centre, displaying aspects of the past life of the town. History of Henley's market cross, visitor information.
- http://www.heritagehenley.org.uk

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St Mary's Lodge, London Open in a new windowLink Details
- History, photographs, plans and current status of this grand early Victorian house in Stoke Newington, London N16, designed and constructed by the architect John Young for himself.
- http://www.stmaryslodge.co.uk

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Moyses Hall Museum, Bury St Edmunds Open in a new windowLink Details
- Rare example of Norman domestic architecture, now used as a museum of local history. History and architecture of the building; archaeology and local history collections.
- http://www.stedmundsbury.gov.uk/sebc/visit/moyses-hall.cfm

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Marlipins Open in a new windowLink Details
- An unusual medieval building at Shoreham, with a chequer board fa├žade. The Sussex Archaeological Society provide visitor information, photographs, excavation details, dating and references.
- http://www.sussexpast.co.uk/property/site.php?site_id=16

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Carlyle's House, London Open in a new windowLink Details
- The National Trust describes the classic Queen Anne house that was the home of the writer Thomas Carlyle from 1834 until his death in 1881. Includes history and visitor information.
- http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/places/carlyleshouse/

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Spencer House Open in a new windowLink Details
- Fine example of an eighteenth-century aristocratic private palace in London, overlooking Green Park. Includes history, online tour via sensitive plan or list, and visitor information.
- http://www.spencerhouse.co.uk/

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Red House, Bexley Open in a new windowLink Details
- Seminal Arts and Crafts house designed by Philip Webb for William Morris. The Friends of the Red House supply photographs and brief history.
- http://www.rebs.demon.co.uk/

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