Country Estate

Some articles on estate, country estate, country, estates:

List Of Historic Houses In Massachusetts - Eastern Massachusetts - Middlesex County
... Newton Dupee Estate-Mary Baker Eddy Home Reginald A ... American Waltham Gore Place (Waltham) – brick country estate built 1806 Lyman Estate (Waltham) – country estate built 1793 Robert Treat Paine Estate (Waltham) – country estate, collaboration of Henry Hobson ...
Château De Germolles - History - Country Estate of Philip The Bold and Margaret of Flanders
... The aim of the duchess was to transform the austere and archaic fortress of the 13th century into a country estate ... The residence was slowly transformed into a sumptuous country estate ... The duchess of Burgundy, energetic and a country lover, decided to develop at Germolles some rustic activities that would create a pleasant environment around her favourite residence, as well as ...
William Flinn - Retirement
... from local politics, as a result, and retired to a country estate north of the city called Beechwood Farm ... Mackrell, Flinn's personal property and real estate at his death exceeded $11 million ... His country estate is now a nature reserve, Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve, operated by the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania ...
One Terrible Day - The Cast - The Adults
... Charles Stevenson – The Butler at the country estate ... Van Renssalaer, who invites the local children on the outing to her country estate ... seen with Peggy Cartwright outside of the country estate ...
James Shudi Broadwood - Country Estate
... By 1842 he owned various estates in the parish of Rusper in West Sussex with an area of nearly 700 acres (including the Crown estate of 333 acres (1.3 km2)) ... His estate on his death was valued at £319,180 ...

Famous quotes containing the words estate and/or country:

    Not a flock of wild geese cackles over our town, but it to some extent unsettles the value of real estate here, and, if I were a broker, I should probably take that disturbance into account.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    She had never known before how much the country meant to her. The chirping of the insects in the long grass had been like the sweetest music. She had felt as if her heart were hiding down there, somewhere, with the quail and the plover and all the little wild things that crooned or buzzed in the sun. Under the long shaggy ridges, she felt the future stirring.
    Willa Cather (1873–1947)