Aldbar Castle Aldbar Castle was a 16th century tower house 2 miles southwest of Brechin, Angus.
Aston Clinton House Aston Clinton House (also known as Green Park though referred to as simply Aston Clinton by the Rothschild family) was a large mansion to the south-east of the village of Aston Clint...
Auchenharvie Castle Auchenharvie Castle is a ruined castle near Torranyard on the A 736 Glasgow to Irvine road.
Beaudesert (house) Beaudesert was a stately home on the eastern edge of Cannock Chase in Staffordshire.
Beaupré Hall Beaupré Hall was a large 16th century house mainly of brick, which was built by the Beaupres in Outwell, Norfolk, England and enlarged by their successors the Bells.
Belhus, Essex Belhus is a golf course, country park and former stately home in Aveley, Essex, England, and an integral part of the new Thames Chase woodland planned for the area.
Belmont Castle Belmont Castle was a neo-Gothic mansion near Grays in the English county of Essex.
Bonnington Pavilion The Bonnington Pavilion or Hall of Mirrors, now a ruin, is situated in the grounds of the old estate of Bonnington, near New Lanark, overlooking Corra Linn falls on the River Clyde in Lana...
Bourtreehill House Bourtreehill House and the enclosed land on which it was built form the original estate of Bourtreehill.
Brymbo Hall Brymbo Hall, one of Britain's lost houses, was a manor house located near Brymbo outside the town of Wrexham, North Wales.
Carclew House Carclew House, one of Britain's lost houses, was a large Palladian county house near Mylor in Cornwall, United Kingdom.
Chapeltoun Chapeltoun is an estate on the banks of the Annick Water in East Ayrshire, Scotland.
Clumber Park Clumber Park is a country park in the Dukeries near Worksop in Nottinghamshire, England.
Cunninghamhead Estate The Cunninghamhead Estate is in the 21st century mainly a residential caravan park with two private residences near Irvine, Scotland.
Dalmore House and Estate Dalmore was a country house and small estate in the Parish of Stair, East Ayrshire, on the River Ayr, East Ayrshire, Scotland The relatively small estate of Dalmore was originally part of...
Dolaucothi Estate The Dolaucothi Estate, or as it was often later spelt, Dolaucothy Estate is situated about one mile north-west of the village of Caio in the upper reaches of the picturesque Cothi valley in the ...
Drayton Manor Drayton Manor, one of Britain's lost houses, was a British stately home at Drayton Bassett, in the District of Lichfield, Staffordshire, England.
Easton Lodge Easton Lodge was a Victorian Gothic style stately home to the west of Great Dunmow, Essex in England.
Elmhurst Hall Elmhurst Hall was a country house in the village of Elmhurst, Staffordshire.
English country house The English country house is generally accepted as a large house or mansion, once in the ownership of an individual who also usually owned another great house in town allowing one to spend time ...
Falcon Hall Falcon Hall was a large mansion home in Morningside, Edinburgh.
Fergushill Fergushill is a small community in North Ayrshire, Parish of Kilwinning, Scotland.
Hadlow Castle Hadlow Castle is a Grade I listed country house and tower in Hadlow, Kent, England.
Haltoun House Haltoun House, or Hatton House, was a Scottish baronial mansion set in a park, with extensive estates in the vicinity of Ratho, in the west of Edinburgh City Council area, Scotland.
Hardwick House, Suffolk Hardwick House was an Elizabethan manor house near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, owned by Sir Robert Drury, Speaker of the House of Commons of Hawstead Place, and subsequently purchased in the seven...
Kirkwood Estate, East Ayrshire The Lands of Kirkwood formed a small estate in the Parish of Stewarton, East Ayrshire lying between Stewarton and Dunlop, which in 1678 became part of the lands of Lainshaw, known as the Lainsha...
Lambroughton Lambroughton is a village in the old Barony of Kilmaurs, North Ayrshire, Scotland.
Markeaton Hall Markeaton Hall was an 18th century country house at Markeaton, Derby, Derbyshire.
Nuthall Temple Nuthall Temple in Nottinghamshire, one of England's lost houses, was one of only four houses built in the United Kingdom generally said to have been inspired by Palladio's Villa Capra in Vicenza.
Orangefield House, South Ayrshire Orangefield House, previously known as 'Monkton House', was located near the village of Monkton, Ayrshire in the Parish of Monkton and Prestwick in South Ayrshire, Scotland; the settlement borde...
Osmaston Hall Osmaston Hall was built in 1696 in extensive grounds of what is now Osmaston, a part of Derby.
Panmure House Panmure House was a 17th-century country house in the Parish of Panbride, Angus, Scotland, to the north of Carnoustie.
Polkemmet Country Park Polkemmet Country Park is located west of the town of Whitburn in West Lothian, Scotland.
Rhyd-y-gors The name Rhyd-y-gors or Rhydygors has been associated with two historic sites near the market town of Carmarthen in Southwest Wales.
Shipley Hall Shipley Hall was a Hall and country estate near Heanor and Ilkeston in Derbyshire, England which now forms a Country Park.
Terregles House Terregles House was a late 18th-century country house, located near Terregles, around west of Dumfries in south-west Scotland.
The Lands of Ashgrove The Lands of Ashgrove, previously known as Ashenyards formed a small estate in the Parish of Kilwinning, North Ayrshire lying between Kilwinning and Stevenston.
Thorntoun house and estate Thorntoun School was opened by Barnardo's in September 1971 for children with emotional difficulties aged 11 to 16 years.
Tong Castle Tong Castle was a very large mostly Gothic country house in Shropshire, set within a park landscaped by Capability Brown, on the site of a medieval castle of the same name.
Trentham Gardens Trentham Gardens are formal Italianate gardens, and an English landscape park in Trentham, Staffordshire on the southern fringes of the city of Stoke-on-Trent, England.
Tulketh Hall Tulketh Hall was a house in Ashton-on-Ribble, which is now a suburb of Preston, Lancashire, England.
Tullichewan Tullichewan is a former estate in the Vale of Leven, near Loch Lomond, Scotland.
Wingerworth Hall Wingerworth Hall, demolished 1927, was the ancestral home of the Hunloke family in the village of Wingerworth, Derbyshire, England.