Built in 1865 and now almost entirely renovated and restored by a large oil company (which now owns and runs the property). The house itself is lovely and has some wonderful restored features upstairs (the downstairs is a bit disappointing). The oil company spent a great deal of money on the property, and we rolled our eyes at each other when the tour guide wrapped up her guided portion by waxing lyrical about how wonderful the company was. We left via a barbed wire walkway to a large concrete car park backing onto a refinery. Progress hey?
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