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Kedleston Hall

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Uploaded: 3rd Jun 2007 at 8:01 PM
Updated: 29th Aug 2007 at 4:32 PM
Kedleston Hall - Derbyshire Mansion

Welcome to 1760's England. You are about to witness perhaps the greatest Robert Adam Palladian style home spring up in your Sims' nieghbourhood. That's if you choose to download it! Well, 'google' the title of my upload and you'll see for yourself just how accurately I've made this mansion. I was going to call this lot 'English Georgian 3' but it deserves better! It is, in truth, a Palladian/baroque influenced, neo classical home. You can look below for my picture of the original house.

Kedleston Hall is an English country house in Derbyshire, approximately four miles north-west of Derby, and is the seat of the Curzon family. Now it's a National Trust property.

North facade:


History: (Skip if you want)
The Curzon family have owned the estate at Kedleston since at least 1297 and have lived in a succession of manor houses near to or on the site of the present Kedleston Hall. The present house was commissioned by Sir Nathaniel Curzon (later 1st Baron Scarsdale) in 1759. The house was designed by the Palladian architects James Paine and Matthew Brettingham and was loosely based on an original plan by Andrea Palladio for the never-built Villa Mocenigo. (search for villa Rotunda, also uploaded by someone else on this site) At the time a relatively unknown architect, Robert Adam was designing some garden temples to enhance the landscape of the park; Curzon was so impressed with Adam's designs, that Adam was quickly put in charge of the construction of the new mansion.

see http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/mai...dlestonhall.htm for more information.

South facade:


The property has been fully decorated, but not furnished.

Features:
'Basement'
Museum room
Servants rooms
Lord's Smoking room
Access to East/family and West wings
Basement hall

Family/East Wing (on the left of frontal screenshots)
5 bedrooms
Living room
Kitchen
Dining room
Bathroom
En-suite
Bathroom 2
Diagonal corridor linked to state apartments

West Wing (servants area)
Double height 'party' kitchen
Stairs to servant's bedrooms
4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
Diagonal corridor linked to state apartments

State Apartments (for showing off - middle wing)
--Most of this floor is double height--
State bedchamber
Dining room
State Dressing room
Marble/alabaster hall
Grand Front staircase
Entrance to basement
Servant's dining room
Saloon, with garden staircase on South Elevation
Withdrawing room
Servant's corridors, staircase to all floors
Atrium/Cupola for marble hall
3 servant/childrens bedrooms in main loft

TOTAL 12 BEDROOMS!

South portico:


North 3 quarter view:


Well, all you neo-classical simmers out there, enjoy this aristocratic masterpiece!

Simon007

P.s - Take a look at each screenshot for a better understanding of the lot.
P.s.s - I have included as many plans as I think are needed (attic is as it sounds above, and there are two other floors almost identical due to being double hieght.

Thanks again!

Lot Size: 5x6
Lot Price: $206,000

Custom Content Included:
- Georgian Arch Window by phoenix_phaerie
- Georgian Double Doors by phoenix_phaerie
- Georgian French Double Doors by phoenix_phaerie
- Georgian Interior Door by phoenix_phaerie
- Chic Stairs Open Underneath by crocobaura
- Wooden Stairs Open Underneath by crocobaura
- Simnuts101 - Le Petit Trianon One Tile Glass Door by simnuts101
- Simnuts101 - Le Petit Trianon Two Tile Double Glass Door by simnuts101
- Simnuts101 - Le Petit Trianon One Tile Window by simnuts101
- Simnuts101 - Le Petit Trianon One Tile Window by simnuts101
- Simnuts101 - Le Petit Trianon Two Tile Window by simnuts101
- Lafenêtre Window Short by windkeeper

Additional Credits:
National Trust for letting me visit this house on holiday!