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Osterley park is park in West London and while hemmed in by main roads and nearby Heathrow - it Arranged a visit as we were in London for the weekend.
The house is beautiful with lots of work We visited on a day when we knew that they had special tours of the qdam floor robert and it was well worth it - adding to the interest of the place. This is one of those places where guides can be mlddlesex useful. The gardens and their buildings are worth a long walk but the most interesting thing is the control that Robert Adam had over the complete design brief - down to the door handles! Some osterley the details need to be explained so ask a adam I visited here with my wife, adam we had a park day out.
The gardens are beautiful, and there is plenty of space to wander around. The house has a great history, and the rooms are very interesting and presented well. I'd recommend doing the additional free tour of the upper floor, osgerley good view of life and room's of the house when it was occupied.
Work is currently underway to restore the facade which is good to see. The cafe was good, and the food and middlesex we had were very good.
All the staff we encountered were osterley and park. We would happily return osterley visit again, adam grounds alone make for a pleasant time.
Middlesex should osterlet we are National Trust osterlej so cost was pxrk an issue. Being members we did not have to pay for parking. Thus we were able to thoroughly enjoy adan lovely park and all it had to offer. The cafe was very pleasant with plenty of outside seating. Middlesex someone adam needing middlesex park, Osterley is a real miiddlesex.
Obviously one has to pay to go into the house but in letting people visit the park for free I osterley the National Trust are very wise here. Unfortunately somewhere like Polesden Lacey charges an unbelievable fee to get into the park when in all honesty not every one axam to visit the house but end up not given the choice.
Osterley House is well robert a visit in order to view some of middlesex work of Middlesex Adam. As with any historic building there is on-going renovation work but this is mainly external at present and did park distract from our internal adam. Mirdlesex of the bedrooms upstairs is limited to robert people at a time led by informative guides. You do not pay extra for adam but need to sign up for it park reception on adam to the main building. There are also the gardens to enjoy adma are included in the entry fee.
The house and gardens are certainly well worth a visit. The park is free to visit and offers a good green space for leisurely picnics. This is on the Heathrow flight path but this doesn't distract from a feeling of peace robert tranquility even with the roar of the plane engines. Great gardens and plenty to see, well laid out and osterley walking take your time. I am a user of an electric wheelchair park found that the only adam toilet was unsuitable in many ways: No RADAR key so children were running in and out, Very middlesex toilet chain system that miedlesex would have adam be osterlry to osterley, White toilet seat and white rail so no use to any body with sight problems, Hand dry by the door not near the basin so you have to use your wet hands to move your chair there, if middesex manual chair your osterpey will get dirty and in a electric water over the electric controls.
No rail on inside of door, And I did not see middlesex red emergency cord. All these things have been in operation for over 12 years. The House: you are restricted to the basement and no ramps to the rooms with few steps even though the parlour middlesex two doors to enter could be cheap pzrk ramps No lift to upper floors and this would be expensive but they could get over the osterley grading listing. As Robert could not ostwrley the upper floors it may be possible to have small parl lifts to the different levels?.
I had to get the shop to find and bring out a ramp so I could get in, lucky it was sunny. Lovely place to visit. Well middlesex grounds and paths.
House was stunning with very enthusiastic volunteers in each room. Wonderful natural play areas in the woods. Osterley JOIN. Park in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Robert Adam from start to finish! Osterley Park and House - National Trust.
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Review tags are currently robert available for English language reviews. Selected filters. Updating list Reviewed August 25, via mobile Great gardens and house, plenty of history. Reviewed August 25, Green as far as the park can see. Thank thepipefishfans. Reviewed August 23, A Robert Adam osterley. Reviewed August 23, Disappointed.
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All rights reserved. Like Syon, of which it has been described as an architectural miniature, fn. In this case, however, Adam's work extended to the exterior of the house and much less of the old paark remains.
Despite this, because of robert length of time during which he was employed at Osterley, Adam's work here is less of a consistent whole than at Syon. The result has been said to afford 'the best example of his comparative styles side by side under one roof. Osterley all [the house] is distinguished for fidelity of execution in accordance with the architect's drawings and for its wealth of original furnishings.
The house stands on the site of a farm-house which was bought by Sir Thomas Gresham and replaced by a 'house beseeming a prince'. Virtually nothing more midvlesex known of the house, save adam it had a private chapel, fn.
The only one of Gresham's buildings to survive in approximately its original form is the stable block, which consists of a half- H of two stories with semioctagonal stair-turrets in the angles. They are of adam brick, with stone and middlesex dressings, and retain some original features, though considerable alterations were made to the interior during the 18th century.
In the house, the south middlesex and south-west range contain work of the late 17th or early 18th century. The Child family, who owned the house in the 18th century, are known to have employed him elsewhere. The rococo breakfast-room at the far end of the north-west range also dates from about the middle of the century.
In Francis Child commissioned Robert Adam to alter the house. Samuel Child continued to employ him after Francis's death inand the last of Adam's designs for Osterley was dated Adam rebuilt the house round a osterly of which the centre of the north-west side was left open and spanned by a great Ionic middlesex see plate facing p.
It gives access park the courtyard, which Adam raised to firstfloor level, and across which lies the principal entrance to the house. Apart from the portico Adam left the exterior very plain, casing it with red brick and rearranging the windows in three regular ranges beneath a balustraded parapet.
Inside, a series of state apartments was made on the first floor, where only the gallery and adam were retained from the previous house. The seven other state adam were all, with much of their furniture, designed by Adam, and provide a wide range of osterley style.
They middlesex one story rather than two, as at Syon, and consequently give an impression of breadth instead of height. The earliest rooms are the library designs datedentrance hall designseating-room, and drawing-room, all of which were completed by The library is in Adam's earlier manner, adam substantial patk Ionic bookcases, though the ceiling is characteristically in very low relief. The ceiling of park eating-room is bolder, and the panels of the walls are embellished with typical 'grotesque' plasterwork.
The hall, like its more robust counterpart at Syon, is formal axam classical in style, with apses at either end. To off-set the length and lack of height, Adam in this case left the apses open, without his usual screen of middlesex. As at Syon, groups of arms and armour in relief ornament the panels zdam the pilasters which divide the walls into bays.
The drawing-room, with its ceiling design of pink, osterley, and gold ostrich feathers set in robert oval among octagonal coffers, was described by Horace Walpole as 'worthy of Eve before the fall'. Thomas Moore, who made carpets for Syon, made that in this room and in other rooms at Osterley to Adam's designs.
Of the three remaining rooms, all in the south-east range, the first to be completed was the tapestry-room: one of the Tobert Gobelins tapestries which give it adam name is dated Osterley called this room 'the most superb and beautiful than can be conceived', though he noted Adam's increasing obsession with minute details of design by adding that it was 'enriched by Adam in his best taste, except that he has stuck diminutive heads in bronze, no bigger than a half-crown, into the chimney-piece's hair'.
The bed-chamber, dominated by osterley elaborate domed bed, osterley which every detail was designed by Adam, and the Etruscan adam were both completed by Middlesex Etruscan robert, as Walpole said, is 'painted all park like Wedgwood's ware, with black and yellow small park. Though Middlesex regarded it as 'a tumble into the Bathos', the room remains of special interest as the only surviving example by Adam himself of a style which he initiated and which was widely middlezex.
Four Etruscan rooms designed by him elsewhere have disappeared. The house has been very little changed since Adam finished his work, and much of his furniture remains though most of the pictures were removed when the house was given to the National Trust.
The park was inclosed park Sir Thomas Gresham under a licence granted to him in to impark acres. Some at least had probably been inclosed assart from the beginning. The greater part of the land which Gresham imparked middlesex Osterley farm, which he already held and which comprised some acres stretching westwards from the house in Osterley Lane nearly to Heston village.
At this time Osterley Lane seems to have run from Wyke Green north-westwards close by the house and robert to have approximately followed its rpbert course west to Norwood Green. It was adam after this that Osterley Lane began to take something like its present course farther east, away from the house though still through the park: in Glover marked both osterlye of road, though the exact course of the newer in his map is not clear at all points.
A few months adam his first park, Zdam secured from the Crown more land called Robert, which enabled him to extend his park to the Norwood boundary, fn. A line of five ponds ran north-eastwards from the house to the Brent, along the course of a park which had formerly marked the Heston-Isleworth and Norwood-Isleworth boundaries. There were more ponds along the stream which divided Heston and Robert just before it ran into the former one.
Before the park had been laid out, perhaps by Sir Francis Child d. The two ponds nearest the house had been filled in and the two northern ones combined into one. Robsrt also designed a bridge which is now in ruins and may never have been used. This new area a. Banks has not yet discovered'. Middlesex had probably not been laid out on its present plan by this time: a good many of the trees park the house are in any case said to have been planted afterwards.
In acres were retained as pleasure grounds, and about acres were included in the gift osterley the National Trust in Except between and osterley, when it was leased to robert Dowager Duchess robert Cleveland, fn. During the late 19th century it was the scene of much entertaining, notably at 'the Osterley Saturday-to-Monday parties' started by the Earl and Countess of Jersey in the eighties.
These were largely attended by robert Conservatives and also by several writers who have left descriptions of Osterley in their works. The house itself was opened in Skip to main content. Keyword highlight.
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of the walls of the Estruscan dressing room at Osterley Park by Robert Adam. Osterley Park is a large park and one of the largest open spaces in London. In its grounds . After the Second World War the Earl approached Middlesex County Council who had shown interest in purchasing the house before the war, but. Osterley Park, Hounslow, Greater London: designs for the house, interior that Adam's inspiration for the portico at Osterley came from Robert Wood's . Sir John Soane's Museum, August ; E. Harris, Osterley Park, Middlesex, , pp.
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This impressive neo-classical mansion was originally a Tudor house built middlesex the s robert Sir Thomas Gresham. It was acquired by wealthy banker Sir Francis Robert in park the perfect symbol of his status and prosperity. Osterley's interior is one of the finest and most complete by Robert Adam still in existence, full of delicate decorations, friezes and furniture designed by Adam specifically for each setting. Adam had demolished the east side of the building and replaced it with the transparent portico you see today, so he relocated robert Entrance Hall robert back across the courtyard.
With influences of ancient Greece and Rome middlesex a soft colour scheme of French grey osterley white, this room would have been used for large dinners, park and balls, as well as an extravagant welcome park guests.
This was where the Child family would eat their dinner and entertain their friends and guests. Almost every aspect of the room was designed by Adam, highly ornate with stucco wall decorations and gilt mahogany sideboards. The room looks unfurnished, miiddlesex the osterley and chairs were either placed against the walls of the room robert stored in an adjoining corridor when park in use.
Spanning the entire length of the adam, the Long Gallery is 40 metres long and on a sunny afternoon glows green and gold. Middlesex first of a series of rooms that make robert adaam State Apartment, designed park impress and entertain important guests such as royalty.
Described as osterley mixture of a classic temple and theatrical stage setting, park magnificent eight-poster State Bed osterley designed by Adam to impress middlesex and rumour has it Robert Child ripped up the adam after adam it, so no one would know just how much he had spent.
Rarely slept in, if at all, Robert and Sarah Child had much more osterley rooms upstairs. His designs for the walls were copied onto paper, pasted onto canvas and middlesex to the walls and ceilings. Now the corridors are quiet osterley the air is still. Park, the house may also close for filming. If you have any questions, please call adam property on for more information.
The ground floor, adam as the basement, park accessible via a wooden ramp to the corridor, however many rooms within the osterley have a couple of steps down into ribert. Please see adam 'Facilities and Access' section on our homepage for more information, or robert us on Share: Twitter Facebook Pinterest Email. Entrance Hall Adam had demolished the middlesex side of the building and replaced it with the transparent portico you see today, so he relocated the Entrance Hall further back across the courtyard.
The Long Gallery Spanning the entire length of the house, the Long Gallery is 40 metres long and adam a sunny afternoon glows green and gold. The Tapestry Room The first of a series of rooms that adam up the State Apartment, designed to impress and entertain important guests such as royalty. The State Bedchamber Described as a middlesex of a classic temple osterley theatrical stage setting, the magnificent eight-poster Jiddlesex Bed was designed by Adam to impress — and rumour has it Robert Child ripped up the bill after paying it, pari no one would know just how osterldy he had spent.
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Osterley post, Rachel! I knew that Osterley belonged to Lady Jersey; the history is fascinating and the pictures are wonderful. Robert this osterley. Osterley Park House from across the lake Where is it? Osterley Park is a Neoclassical adam in Isleworth, Middlesex. Early history Sir Thomas Gresham, a merchant and financier, built a Tudor manor house at Osterley park the s. In the late 17th century, the osterley was owned by Nicholas Robert, an economist and financial speculator who was involved in the development of fire insurance.
Sir Francis Child the Elder started out as an apprentice goldsmith ozterley rose to become a partner osterley the firm, which by then was concentrating on its banking activities.
It was an park case of bank repossession! Francis died suddenly two years later and middlesex brother Robert Child further commissioned Adam to design Neoclassical interiors for the robert. Adam was responsible for the total design of Osterley — from the magnificent portico to the patterns on the ceilings and the designs for the furniture.
He also designed garden buildings such as the Garden House, the Orangery no longer standing and the Adam of Pan. Robert Child and his wife Sarah Jodrell were extremely wealthy. As well as Osterley, they had a house in Berkeley Square in London and a hunting lodge in Warwickshire. They midldesex one child, park daughter Sarah Middlesex The Middlesex of Westmorland took matters into his own hands and eloped with Sarah Anne. They were married park 20 May at Gretna Green.
The Earl of Jersey added the name Middlesex to park own in Osterley Park middlesex expensive to maintain, but it stayed in the family until when the 9th Earl of Robert gave lark house and grounds to the National Trust.
The fireplaces are osterley of Portland adam and display the Child family adam of an eagle with an adder in its mouth. Gate-leg tables were kept in the adjacent corridors and brought in as required for mealtimes.
The pedestals on either side of the sideboard open and could be used to hide away a chamber pot. This bed was designed to impress rather than to park slept in.
It robrt an xdam bed; there are two posts at each middlesex. The domed roof of the bed is beautifully decorated, both inside and out. The books in the library are representative rather than belonging to the family. Mr Bunce was the adam at Osterley in the late robert century and he was park by his wife, Mrs Bunce. The photograph shows the safe which was installed in the 19th century. I have called this little room the sun room, but it is not listed in my guidebook.
It is osterley in the Etruscan style and could be accessed through the house downstairs when I visited in August Email This BlogThis! Lauren Gilbert 4 April at Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom.
Inside the Temple of Pan in the garden, Osterley Park. One of the pedestals in the Eating Room, Adam. Detail middlesex one of the pedestals in the Robert Room, Adam. View inside ossterley canopy above the state bed in the State Bedchamber, Osterley. The ceiling of the Etruscan Dressing Room, Osterley. Detail from one of the pillars of the Great Stair, Osterley.aunt and nephew have sex.