Book Description

captioned, 5 x 7.5 inches, on card
Dealer Notes
Stargroves, or Stargrove House, a manor house and estate at East Woodhay, Hampshire had a long history, which included a visit by Cromwell, before burning down in the 1840’s and being subsequently rebuilt in the gothic or French chateau style. In the 1970’s the house was owned by Mick Jagger, and the recording studio there was used by the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, and other bands,
Sir Frederick Walter Carden (1833-1909), of the 5th Lancers and High Sheriff of Hampshire in 1891, bought the house in 1879 and made alterations to the house and park.
Date ca. 1890
Binding view with ground plan,
Publisher original artwork
Condition Very good
Pages Watercolour and ink,

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