Copyright 2000

[ October 17th 2000 ]

Welcome to Kedleston Hall, the former Derbyshire home of Sir Nathaniel Curzon and the inspiration behind Core Design's Croft Manor, home of Lord and Lady Croft.

Built in 1795 by Scot architect Robert Adam and heavily influenced by ancient Rome and designs of the 16th-century Italian architect Andrea Palladio, Kendleston Hall is now owned and maintained by the British National Trust, but Viscount and Viscountess Scarsdale still reside in the manor house.

The Croft Times and Suzie Hamilton - Public Relations officer for Core Design - discovered the secrets and influences that have shaped the mystery and intrigue surrounding Croft Manor, home of Lara Croft. Follow the below hyperlink to collect the spoils.

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