Sir Jeffry Wyattville (3 August 1766 – 18 February 1840) was an English architect and garden designer. His original surname was Wyatt, and his name is sometimes also written as Jeffrey and his surname as Wyatville; he changed his name in 1824. He was trained by his uncles Samuel Wyatt and James Wyatt, who were both leading architects. He is mainly remembered for making alterations and extensions to Chatsworth House and Windsor Castle.

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  • Sir Jeffry Wyattville (1766 - 1840) est un architecte et paysagiste britannique. On lui doit notamment la transformation du château de Windsor en palais royal.
  • Sir Jeffry Wyattville (3 August 1766 – 18 February 1840) was an English architect and garden designer. His original surname was Wyatt, and his name is sometimes also written as Jeffrey and his surname as Wyatville; he changed his name in 1824. He was trained by his uncles Samuel Wyatt and James Wyatt, who were both leading architects. He is mainly remembered for making alterations and extensions to Chatsworth House and Windsor Castle. He also completed his uncle James's gothic Ashridge in Hertfordshire. His largest commission the remodelling of Windsor Castle begun in 1824, when Parliament voted £300,000 for the purpose. The eventual cost was over £1,000,000 (a quarter of which covered furnishing). A competition was held between four invited architects, Wyatville, Robert Smirke, John Nash & John Soane, the architects (with the exception of Soane who withdrew from the competition) submitted their designs, in June Wyatville was announced as the winner. The foundation stone was laid on 12 August 1824 by King George IV at what would become the George IV gateway. Wyatville took up residence in the Winchester Tower in the castle in 1824 and would use it for the rest of his life. Eventually the Upper Ward of the Castle would be reconstructed. It was while at Windsor that he designed Golden Grove, Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire for the 1st Earl Cawdor, completed 1834, and its 'sister house' Lilleshall in Shropshire for George Leveson Gower, completed 1829. He was knighted by King George IV in 1828. He was buried in St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle on 25 February 1840, his memorial stone is in the north-east corner behind the high altar, and bears this inscription: In the vault beneath are deposited the remains of Sir Jeffry Wyatville R.A. under whose direction the new construction and restoration of the ancient and royal castle of Windsor were carried out during the reigns of George the 4th William the 4th and of Her Majesty Queen Victoria he died February 18th A.D. 1840 in the 74th year of his age In 2007 a new residential street in Buxton, Derbyshire was named Wyatville Avenue (with only one t) to commemorate Sir Jeffry Wyattville's impact on the town.
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  • Sir Jeffry Wyattville (1766 - 1840) est un architecte et paysagiste britannique. On lui doit notamment la transformation du château de Windsor en palais royal.
  • Sir Jeffry Wyattville (3 August 1766 – 18 February 1840) was an English architect and garden designer. His original surname was Wyatt, and his name is sometimes also written as Jeffrey and his surname as Wyatville; he changed his name in 1824. He was trained by his uncles Samuel Wyatt and James Wyatt, who were both leading architects. He is mainly remembered for making alterations and extensions to Chatsworth House and Windsor Castle.
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