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Posted 12th Jan 2018 at 9:13 PM - Updated 8th Mar 2018 at 3:26 AM by Red Sonja - Viewed 3273 times. Direct link to this thread
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The history of Hatfield House really begins in about 1485 when John Morton, Bishop of Ely and King Henry VIIís minister began to build Hatfield Palace. The remains of this russet coloured brick building stand to this day to the west of the present house. Now reduced to one quarter of its former size, it nevertheless still contains the former and formidable Banqueting Hall with its magnificent timber roof.
Upon the coronation of Henry VIII the Palace of Hatfield became a residence for his children and the connection that Hatfield House is predominately known for is with Queen Elizabeth I.
Hatfield House was built in 1612 by Robert Cecil, this is the house that we see today and most of the brickwork originates from the aforementioned Palace of Hatfield. Hatfield House estate is now privately owned by the Salisbury family whose ancestors were the Cecils. For years, the original Palace was used as a stable....
The two buildings, past and present Hatfield House only add to the interest that Hatfield Park Estate generates. From country fairs, state balls and moments of historical importance to weddings, dinners and conferences, Hatfield House has born witness to it all. The rich tapestry of uses that the estate has had only enhances the exceptionally unique atmosphere that this utterly breath-taking venue has. It is hard to believe that the sprawling acres of Hatfield Estate can contain so much character whilst being so conveniently located to London.
For the sake of downloads folders everywhere, I am sending this lot to you UNFURNISHED....
It is built on a 5x6 lot and the cost is 179,000
All of the CC is included however, you will want to go to Sims Resource for the scriptorium sheet for murano's aloa modular stairs (the link is included in the CC list)
A huge thank you to all of the GREAT creators who made this lot possible
Lot Size: 5x6
Lot Price (furnished): 180000
Custom Content by Me:
- Chiseled in stone limestone and brick pediment
- parquet flooring
- gothic paneling
- English Rose Hedge
- peony recolor of hydrangeas
- red hydrangea recolor
- OLd London Romanesque fence
- viaduct simple arch recolor
- old wood floor
- great hall wall panel
- tudor styled wanescoting
- half timbered wall
- gothic window recolor
- fireplace recolor
- red romanesque recolor of Sunni stairs
- gothic stone window recolor
- FTR recolor
- Medieval Red Slate roof
- Red Sonja's worn pine gulcher
- buttress recolor
Custom Content Included:
- Lion Fountain by HafiseAzale
- Buttress by Lama
- viaduct simple arch by CuriousB
- FTR single archway by K8
- FTR single door by K8
- hydrangea bush by Samanta Black
- Stair Wall Fix by JRW
- Gothic Window by Kativip
- Stair Wall Fix Recolor by JRW
- Fence Segment by Maryata
- Column Fireplace by Raynuss
- Wall Torch by Mustluvcatz
- Aloa Outdoorset - Modular Stair by Murano
- BSI roses by Samanta Black
- Medieval Gate by Kativip
- spiral stairs railing by Raynuss
- spiral stairs by Raynuss
- Large rose bush by Samantaablack
- Patrician Staircase in Discreet Concrete by Sunni Sims ****** sadly, Sunni passed away last month and this site is now closed
- Tudor Ceiling by Sherabim
- BSI rose bushes by Samanta Black
- Farm Country Fence by Misty Fluff
Thank You, Delphy for MTS
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Thank You MTS staff and community!
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