I feel like I asked this before but I cannot find it in my posts, what is the name of the country home Charles was (or is) remodeling on his estate that he first offered to W+K but said no to for Anmer then to H+M and they said no as well for Frogmore?
It's in Herefordshire, IIRC.
https://www.dailymail.co....lliam-Kates-lovenest.htmlRevealed: The renovated estate that was meant to be Prince William and Kate's lovenest
The Harewood Park estate near Ross on Wye was acquired by Prince Charles' Duchy of Cornwall in 2000 and work on the massive renovation began three years later.
I personally would rather Anmer Hall myself. But Molotov Mayhem and Froggy, "Who long for a private life" could have saved 14 million.
Update: The buildings shown are just those restored. The mansion, for which plans have been approved, hasn't been built yet.
For this Roman-style mini-palace based on a triumphal arch,
the Prince and his architect have gone back 2,000 years for inspiration, creating a monument of which the emperors Nero and Augustus would be proud.
An empty plot at Harewood End, near Ross-on-Wye, awaits the construction of the house, to be built lavishly in local sandstone, and featuring classical figures adorning sculptured panels, ornate bronze windows, and a mighty pillared hall graced with a languidly curved staircase.
DoV: a mini-palace with all the privacy in the world, eco-friendly, building materials sustainably sourced and nary a penny out of pocket.
Some of its eco-friendly features.
The whole place sits on a 300-acre estate, close to the River Wye. And there is a ‘green’ theme running through the planned house — with solar panels on the roof for heating water, and an eco-friendly reed-bed sewage system.
The all important question: would the sewage system have the capacity for 16 loos used simultaneously?