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photoblog image Claydon House 7/7

Claydon House 7/7

I never did find out what this little building actually was although it was obviously a delightful little cottage that would presumably have been lived in by an important member of staff back in the old days. It was in very good condition and I really liked this delightful frontage, to me it has quite a lot of character.

Claydon House 7/7

I never did find out what this little building actually was although it was obviously a delightful little cottage that would presumably have been lived in by an important member of staff back in the old days. It was in very good condition and I really liked this delightful frontage, to me it has quite a lot of character.

comments (9)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 28 Feb 2016, 01:47
Yes. ..colourful and characterful, Brian.
Brian Walbey: Lovely looking cottage isn't it.
It is very nice! I could live there!
Brian Walbey: If you lived here it is only a few yards away from that lovely view you enjoyed with my picture yesterday, just the place for you and Frank to sit and enjoy afternoon tea.
  • Martine
  • France
  • 28 Feb 2016, 05:00
Superbe composition pour cette porte bleue entourée de verdure.
Brian Walbey: Lovely looking cottage isn't it.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 28 Feb 2016, 06:48
Perhaps the head butler lived there?
Brian Walbey: I suppose it would have been somebody of importance.
Yes an impressive entrance and very fine windows as well
Brian Walbey: Quite nice isn't it.
This place is full of character Brian!
Brian Walbey: Quite nice isn't it.
beautiful frontage indeed and very nicely presented, Brian.
Perhaps it was the estate manager Brian. It has a lot of appeal
Brian Walbey: Could well have been, one place we went to the head gardener's house was still there and it was quite splendid.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 28 Feb 2016, 17:32
I'd be happy living there but I would need a gardener. Oh.. and a cook. A butler would be handy, too.
Brian Walbey: A house couldn't possibly run without all those things Alan smile

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