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Manor House, Totteridge

Manor House, Totteridge


Notes: On sale Apr 2012 for 2.95 million; previously offered in Jun 2010 for 4.5 million. An imposing Grade II listed home on the market for only the third time in the last 100 years and for the first time since 1962.
The Manor House was built for Sir William Lee, Chief Justice of the King's Bench and his family in the mid 18th century soon after they acquired the Lordship of the Manor.
Sir Charles Allom gifted the house to his daughter on the occasion of her wedding in the early 1900's. Sir Charles was a famous interior designer, knighted for his work refurbishing Buckingham Palace during George V's reign, and the curtains hanging in the Victorian room are the same material as those used for the curtains in the Throne Room at the Palace. [Sale particulars, Jun 2012]

Address : Latitude: 51.6346, Longitude: -0.2081


Manor House, Totteridge
Manor House, Totteridge
Home of Amy Doris Allom and her husband Joseph Ernest Redding


Matches 1 to 1 of 1

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Death    Person ID 
1 Redding, Joseph Ernest  16 Jan 1961Manor House, Totteridge I1939


Matches 1 to 3 of 3

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Residence    Person ID 
1 Allom, Amy Doris  abt 1920 - 1936Manor House, Totteridge I1936
2 Redding, Joseph Ernest  abt 1920 - 1936Manor House, Totteridge I1939
3 Redding, Joseph Ernest  1961Manor House, Totteridge I1939