Agecroft Hall and its Undeniable Englishness

Agecroft Hall is rich with history and boasts an outstanding collection of objects from the Tudor and early Stuart periods, 1485-1660. The grandest and most impressive object within its collection, however, is the house, itself. Idyllically situated on the banks of the James River, this Tudor manor house is adaptively reconstructed in Richmond in the 1920s using materials from the original Agecroft Hall in Lancashire. Honoring its past, and establishing a sense of authenticity, the modern Agecroft Hall retains many hallmarks of Tudor style architecture such as half-timbering, jetty walls, cross-gabled roofs, massive chimneys and tall, leaded-glass casement windows. Firmly set upon a massive

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