The lawn in front of the conservatory, showing flower beds, that are now just lawn.  This is from before the 1905 fire (balcony missing from second floor window) but you can quite clearly see the windows are large sash windows, and not the small pained Georgian style windows that were almost certainly on the original house. Interestingly when we re-constructed the south wing, the listed building authorities insisted we use Georgian style small pained windows (made from mahogany - how very un-eco-friendly). The conservatory was constructed in 1872, more than a hundred years after the original house. Since this contains very large sash windows (with curved glass), perhaps this was the time the main windows in the house were changed.