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Thanks for finding floor plans, Zach. Nice arrangement; the three second floor bedrooms, where each has its own bath, lay out better than the three ground floor bedrooms, where you have to go through bedroom No. 2 to get to bedroom No. 3 (or go through the bathroom.) The third & fourth floors are clearly for servants -- a severly sloped outside wall in exchange for a hell-of-a view (not that a servant could spend that much time up there viewing out their window.)Chateau Ivor would be a great house to have today -- never get lost in the crowd.
Perhaps bedrooms 2 and 3 are designed as a suite for visiting couples who desire separate sleeping arrangments.
I just happened upon your blog today and it is fantastic. I love the historical finds...so special! I hope you have a wonderful week and Happy Monday!Toodles, Twirling Clarehttp://twirlingclare.blogspot.com/
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