Frank Roolooth

Frank Roolooth

Posted on 06/18/2015


Photo taken on June 12, 2015


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Latimer House

Latimer House
Latimer House, a mansion on the hill on the edge of the Latimer village, was once a home of members of the Cavendish family who became the barons Chesham. The 3rd Baron Chesham was a commander in the Boer War. The original Elizabethan house, where Charles I was imprisoned in 1647 and Charles II took refuge before fleeing abroad, was gutted by fire in the early 1830s and the present red brick Tudor style mansion, which was designed by Edward Blore, was completed in 1838.

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Jenny McIntyre
Jenny McIntyre
This is indeed a beautiful house - old in places too by the sound of it
2 years ago.
Frank Roolooth has replied to Jenny McIntyre
Its in a very attractive position too Jenny, its overlooking a valley and river Chess.
2 years ago.
Pam J
Pam J
So beautiful !
2 years ago.