Here's a link to a Virtual Tour / Interactive Floorplan that I'm rather proud of.
The house was built in the 1860s and is just chocker-block filled with history.
The house is a mirror design - the left is (almost) the same as the right side.
The idea was that after the women-folk served their Men tea (dinner), the Ladies would retire to the left side and have cups of tea and play Whist, while the Gentlemen would retire to the right side, where they would procede to smoke cigars and drink Very Olde Port.
The Wine Cellar has some of the original labels from the 1800s... (but sadly, no wine from back then)
Originally the property had 400,000 acres, but most of it has been sold off over the years (centuries?).
That particular website is shite, so don't go exploring around...