Royal Fort House

Royal Fort GardensWith its fine Rococo plasterwork, carved woodwork and spacious reception rooms, Royal Fort House has charming original features wherever you look.

It was built for wealthy merchant Thomas Tyndall in 1756 on the site of the Royal Fort, which was ruined in the English Civil War.

Students of Georgian architecture like to point-out that the building projects Baroque, Palladian and Rococo styles on three different facades, which was a compromise after three different architects were engaged.

 

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