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Out of the Box 08-08-2008 12:22 PM

A few historical Rothschild estates
Below are a few historial Rothschild estates. Feel free to post more of them.

Waddesdon Manor - built between 1874 and 1889 for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild. Today Waddesdon is owned by the National Trust, but in recent years, following an extensive restoration, it has been, and continues to be administered by a Rothschild family trust that is overseen by Jacob Rothschild. See Waddesdon Manor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia .

Ascott House - In 1873 Ascott, together with 90 acres of land, was bought by Baron Mayer de Rothschild whose seat was at Mentmore, three miles away. The following year Leopold de Rothschild took over Ascott as a hunting box. During the following years the house was transformed and enlarged to form a family home. In 1949 the Ascott Collection, together with the House, its grounds of 261 acres and an endowment were given to the National Trust by Anthony de Rothschild. Nevertheless, the Rothschild family retain a very close control over Ascott, and the present resident of the house is the son of the donor, Sir Evelyn de Rothschild. See Ascott House - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia .

Out of the Box 08-08-2008 12:22 PM

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Halton House - Halton House is a country house situated in the Chiltern Hills above the village of Halton in Buckinghamshire, England. It was built for Alfred de Rothschild between 1880 and 1883. It is currently used as the main officers' mess for RAF Halton. See Halton House - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia .

Mentmore Towers - The house was built between 1852 and 1854 for Baron Mayer de Rothschild, who needed a house close to London. Later other Rothschild family homes were built at Tring in Hertfordshire, Ascott, Aston Clinton, Waddesdon and Halton. See

Château de Ferrières - Château de Ferrières is a French château built between 1855 and 1859 by Baron James de Rothschild. Rothschild ownership of the Château de Ferrières was passed down through the male line according to the rule of primogeniture. Considered the most important 19th century château in France, it is located on Rue Rucherie in Ferrières-en-Brie in the Seine et Marne département of France about 26 km east of Paris. See Château de Ferrières - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Raiderdad 10-16-2008 11:15 PM

Re: A few historical Rothschild estates
& all made possible via war as outlined in this doc.

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