Kenwood House, Hampstead
Beside Hampstead Heath, paintings, self-portrait by Rembrandt, The Guitar Player by Vermeer, Turner, Gainsborough, Reynolds, neo-classical house, remodelled by Robert Adam 1764-73 (17th century), landscaped park, sloping lawns, lake, Mansfield family until 1922, first Earl of Iveagh bought the house and bequeathed it and his collection of pictures to the nation in 1927, Library, Music room, staircase, Dining room, Antechamber, Statue of Mercury, Upper Hall, Breakfast room, Rotunda, Marble Hall, Middle Bedroom, Front Hall, Deal staircase, stable block, orangery
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