Mompesson House, ‘The House in The Close’, is a perfect example of Queen Anne architecture and was built for Charles Mompesson in 1701. It is noted for its elegant and spacious interior, especially the magnificent plasterwork and fine oak staircase.
Stockeld Park, Wetherby, Yorkshire - Palladian villa designed for the Catholic Middleton family by James Paine & completed in 1763 with a deep central pediment & two flanking pediments, the piano nobile of ashlar & below, stone rusticated banding. Inside the central oval hall is Paine's masterpiece - a magnificent cantilevered staircase with crinoline balusters by Paine's favorite ironworker called Wagge. The interiors have been adjusted but retain many of Paine's original features.
ork, England. The Mansion House, c.1732. Designed in the Georgian style, with pilasters (flat columns built into the facade), a central Greek-style pediment, quoins (decorative corner stones), and rusticated ground floor. The Georgian style is the British variation of neoclassical architecture.