The Tahitian Room provided Howard Hall a unique place to entertain guests.
Homes are a lot like people -- there is always more than what appears at first glance.
The Brucemore estate, a site of the National Trust since 1981, is no exception. Upstairs, the 26-acre park-like estate bears witness to a Wagnerian mural, rich woodwork, and a striking pipe organ. The basement, however, tells a different story, reflecting the quirky personalities of its last residents.... Read More →
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Kara Timberlake is an Editorial Intern at the National Trust. An aficionado of coffee and music, she loves to discover hidden stories through reading, traveling, and meeting new people.