Marshal Wade's House
|Marshal Wade's House|
|Location||Bath, Somerset, England|
|Designated||12 June 1950|
The building was originally attributed to Lord Burlington and thought to have been built in 1730, however it is now thought to have been an earlier construction, for George Wade who was a Field Marshal and served as a British military commander and Commander-in-Chief of the Forces, as well as Member of Parliament for Bath from 1722 to 1747.