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The Holme (Saxon: "river island") is a mansion located on Inner Circle by Regent's Park in the City of Westminster, London, England. It was designed by Decimus Burton as a residence for the Burton family and built in 1818 by James Burton who subsequently lived there.


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Architectural critic Ian Nairn wrote of the house, "If you want a definition of western civilization in a single view, then here it is".

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The house is surrounded by 4 acres of gardens. Although the house appears to consist of two stories, there are actually three, the offices being contained in a basement. The entrance is under an Ionic-style portico and pediments. It has a bow or rotunda decorated by four columns; the bow is surmounted by an attic, and is covered with a well-proportioned cupola. Renovations occurred in 1911 with the addition of wings by Bertie Crewe and again in 1935 when a balustrade replaced an existing dome.

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