Brodsworth, West Yorkshire, built by Charles Thellusson (1822-1885) who shared the proceeds of his great-grandfather Peter Thellusson's estate. Charles Thellussons' portion was c. £600,000, three-quarters in land. Charles Thellusson spent some £50,000 on building 1861-1865: his total outlay on the estate 1859-1870 was £105,000, 70% of his rent roll. [Wilson and Mackley, Creating Paradise pp. 330-333].