Brodsworth Hall in South Yorkshire was the youngest of the stately homes that my wife and I visited in April, 2018, but it had a special feel to it because, after it was built in the 1860s, no one improved upon it. Instead, the owners let it age because none of the descendants were as fortunate financially as their forebears. That means the house has mostly original furnishings with a sense of history missing from many other old homes.
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