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# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

Several centuries ago, not far from Stafford was a magnificent estate, which could be accessed through a massive gateway. It remains to this day, but nothing to protect.

Tixall Gatehouse has got to the headline.

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

Tixall Gatehouse was built around 1580 by Sir Walter Aston, the knight of Queen Elizabeth. The structure was erected right in front of the main house of the estate, but it was created not only because of security, but because of the demonstration of the wealth and power of the owner.

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

At the end of the XVI century, this building was referred to as "the most beautiful architectural work in the county in recent times." Indeed, it has gathered all the fashion trends of that time: classic ornaments, orders, figures of angels and warriors in spandrel over the arch.

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

The estate was built in 1927, but, fortunately, this structure stood. In 1968, it was bought by the Landmark Trust charitable organization and began a long recovery process. There was no roof, floor and windows, the only thing that survived – the walls and two original fireplaces. On them you can determine that there were at least two living rooms. In the turrets for sure, there were apartments for guests, and the roof.

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

Several centuries ago, not far from Stafford was a magnificent estate, which could be accessed through a massive gateway. It remains to this day, but nothing to protect.

Tixall Gatehouse has got to the headline.

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

Tixall Gatehouse was built around 1580 by Sir Walter Aston, the knight of Queen Elizabeth. The structure was erected right in front of the main house of the estate, but it was created not only because of security, but because of the demonstration of the wealth and power of the owner.

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

At the end of the XVI century, this building was referred to as "the most beautiful architectural work in the world times." Indeed, it gathered all the fashion trends of that time: classic ornaments, orders, figures of angels and warriors in spandrel over the arch.

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

The estate was built in 1927, but, fortunately, this structure stood. In 1968, it was bought by the Landmark Trust charitable organization and began a long recovery process. There was no roof, floor and windows, the only thing that survived – the walls and two original fireplaces. On them you can determine that there were at least two living rooms. In the turrets for sure, there were apartments for guests, and the roof.

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

Now this luxurious building of the Elizabethan era can be rented to the full experience of the atmosphere of the 16th century and study the history of England without books and textbooks.

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

Several centuries ago, not far from Stafford was a magnificent estate, which could be accessed through a massive gateway. It remains to this day, but nothing to protect.

Tixall Gatehouse has got to the headline.

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

Tixall Gatehouse was built around 1580 by Sir Walter Aston, the knight of Queen Elizabeth. The structure was erected right in front of the main house of the estate, but it was created not only because of security, but because of the demonstration of the wealth and power of the owner.

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

At the end of the XVI century, this building was referred to as "the most beautiful architectural work in the county in recent times." Indeed, it has gathered all the fashion trends of that time: classic ornaments, orders, figures of angels and warriors in spandrel over the arch.

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

The estate was built in 1927, but, fortunately, this structure stood. In 1968, it was bought by the Landmark Trust charitable organization and began a long recovery process. There was no roof, floor and windows, the only thing that survived – the walls and two original fireplaces. On them you can determine that there were at least two living rooms. In the turrets for sure, there were apartments for guests, and the roof.

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

Several centuries ago, not far from Stafford was a magnificent estate, which could be accessed through a massive gateway. It remains to this day, but nothing to protect.

Tixall Gatehouse has got to the headline.

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

Tixall Gatehouse was built around 1580 by Sir Walter Aston, the knight of Queen Elizabeth. The structure was erected right in front of the main house of the estate, but it was created not only because of security, but because of the demonstration of the wealth and power of the owner.

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

At the end of the XVI century, this building was referred to as "the most beautiful architectural work in the world times." Indeed, it gathered all the fashion trends of that time: classic ornaments, orders, figures of angels and warriors in spandrel over the arch.

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

The estate was built in 1927, but, fortunately, this structure stood. In 1968, it was bought by the Landmark Trust charitable organization and began a long recovery process. There was no roof, floor and windows, the only thing that survived – the walls and two original fireplaces. On them you can determine that there were at least two living rooms. In the turrets for sure, there were apartments for guests, and the roof.

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

Now this luxurious building of the Elizabethan era can be rented to the full experience of the atmosphere of the 16th century and study the history of England without books and textbooks.

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

# leave for exchange: estate in Stafford

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