Wimpole Hall. Plan of the ground floor and part of the first floor. Last owned by Elsie Bambridge, late daughter of Rudyard Kipling, the house was originally built in 1650 for Sir Thomas Chicheley, Master-General of the Ordnanc under Charles II. It is thus a Carolingian house and shows attributes of growing popularity in that period, including the plainface brick facade resembling Kew and Kensington Palaces.
A "survey" plan of Wimpole Hall by David Laing, dated 1790, in the Sir John Soane's Museum.