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Earsham, Norfolk: (executed) conversion of a garden building to a music room and alterations and additions to the offices for William Windham, 28 September 1784-1785 (4)

1784
Earsham is a plain, seven- by five-bay house of three storeys rebuilt in 1704-08 by its owner, a Norfolk squire and amateur architect, John Buxton (1685-1731). Sold to Colonel Windham in 1721, a dining room was added in 1750, a library in 1785 (not by Soane), a detached garden building re-modelled as a music room in 1784 (see drawings 1-3). The offices lie to the north of the house.

JIll Lever
June 2009
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