Grove House (Nuffield Lodge) in Regent's Park, London

Original issue of Country Life magazine dated March 22nd 1913 featuring an article Grove House (Nuffield Lodge) in Regent's Park, London. The article is called 'New Grates for Old, an example and a warning from Grove House, Regents Park'. Built by Decimus Burton in 1822-1824 for George Bellas Greenough, Esq., a personal friend of the Prince Regent. At the date of publication the house was owned by Mr. Sigismund Goetze, a well known artist. This article has a four page write up on the house, with photographic illustrations of the music room, the library, the rotunda, etc. This magazine is in very good condition with a portrait frontispiece of Miss Macgregor. Rare.

Publish Date: 22nd March 1913

County: London

Illustrator: Country Life


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