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He was employed in 1902 by George Herbert, the 4th Earl of Powis, who was keen to update Powis Castle whilst retaining its Jacobean style. He originally commissioned Bodley to renovate rooms around the entrance to the castle, and expanded the commission to take in both the interior and exterior of Powis.
Built in Jacobean style, it was funded by Sir Bernard Hall, a merchant and former Lord Mayor of Liverpool.
Jacobean style mansion of great elegance and charm, set in 12 acres of East Lothian.
Built in the 1860s for the Prescott family, who were London merchant bankers, it was designed by distinguished architect Henry Curzon in the Jacobean style, and constructed by Treasure and Sons of Shrewsbury.
It was built in Jacobean style and funded by Sir Bernard Hall, a city merchant and former Lord Mayor of Liverpool.
The building became an Episcopal grange for several centuries and was rebuilt in 1632 by Sir Henry Williams in the classic Jacobean style. His coat of arms can still be seen over the south porch.
Its retained features include "the Milton Hollins tiling, a great staircasehall with a large pictorial tiled hunting scene and the loosely Jacobean style, stone and red brick exterior, with shaped gables and a tall clock tower".
The building in Mill Street, Dingle, built in a Jacobean style, was central to the area's youth culture for 100 years, providing a venue for a variety of sports such as boxing, football and gymnastics and holding weekend dances.
At the heart of the room is an impressive Jacobean style ?replace with a heavily carved timber surround.
Built between 1618 and 1635 for Sir Thomas Holte, First Baronet and head of a prominent Warwickshire family, it was one of the last great houses to be built in the flamboyant Jacobean style.
Also in Surrey is Savill Court Hotel & Spa, a magnificent Jacobean style mansion set in 22 acres of wooded parkland on the edge of Windsor Great Park.