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Stained Glass and Grade1-Listed Dog House. Ightham Mote is the most complete medieval manor house in England, and it at has the only Grade I Listed Dog house.

Stained Glass and Grade1-Listed Dog House. Ightham Mote is the most complete medieval manor house in England, and it at has the only Grade I Listed Dog house.

pagewoman: “  Manor House, Brockhampton, Herefordshire, England ”

pagewoman: “ Manor House, Brockhampton, Herefordshire, England ”

Frampton Court, Gloucestershire, is a Grade 1 listed house, which has been lived in by the Clifford family since it was built in 1730.

Frampton Court, Gloucestershire, is a Grade 1 listed house, which has been lived in by the Clifford family since it was built in 1730.

Little Moreton Hall, also known as Old Moreton Hall, is a moated half-timbered manor house 4 miles southwest of Congleton, Cheshire, England, UK

Little Moreton Hall, also known as Old Moreton Hall, is a moated half-timbered manor house 4 miles southwest of Congleton, Cheshire, England, UK

Spetchley Hall        Classical Palladian mansion, built in 1811 for the Berkeley family by architect John Tasker. Not open to the public, but sits in 30 acres of formal garden, which is well worth a visit. This house was to be Winston Churchill's residence and seat of government should the Germans have invaded the south-east in World War II, with the royal family moving to Madresfield Court near Malvern

Spetchley Hall Classical Palladian mansion, built in 1811 for the Berkeley family by architect John Tasker. Not open to the public, but sits in 30 acres of formal garden, which is well worth a visit. This house was to be Winston Churchill's residence and seat of government should the Germans have invaded the south-east in World War II, with the royal family moving to Madresfield Court near Malvern

http://www.langrishhouse.co.uk/ This quintessentially English Manor House dates from the 17th Century and is situated in Hampshire in the heart of the South Downs National Park, one of the most beautiful areas of English countryside. LANGRISH HOUSE - 1600s manor house

http://www.langrishhouse.co.uk/ This quintessentially English Manor House dates from the 17th Century and is situated in Hampshire in the heart of the South Downs National Park, one of the most beautiful areas of English countryside. LANGRISH HOUSE - 1600s manor house

Sand, Sidbury, Devon - An elegant Elizabethan manor rebuilt in the 1590's by the Huyshe family and then carefully restored and extended in the early 20th century by Roland Huyshe with help from the architect, E H Harbottle. The new work is pure Tudor and virtually indistinguishable. An historic house lived in by the family who have owned it & shared their history with it for over 500 years.

Sand, Sidbury, Devon - An elegant Elizabethan manor rebuilt in the 1590's by the Huyshe family and then carefully restored and extended in the early 20th century by Roland Huyshe with help from the architect, E H Harbottle. The new work is pure Tudor and virtually indistinguishable. An historic house lived in by the family who have owned it & shared their history with it for over 500 years.

west wickham buckinghamshire england medieval | UK - Buckinghamshire - West Wycombe - Medieval Church loft and 17th ...

west wickham buckinghamshire england medieval | UK - Buckinghamshire - West Wycombe - Medieval Church loft and 17th ...

Wedding venue, Marble Hill House in Twickenham was the home of King George II's mistress Henrietta Howard, Countess of Suffolk

Wedding venue, Marble Hill House in Twickenham was the home of King George II's mistress Henrietta Howard, Countess of Suffolk

Wayford Manor House is a country house with a garden in Britain, situated in Wayford, Somerset, England. It has been designated a Grade I listed building.The House includes a central range which was rebuilt about 1600 on the site of an earlier building by Charles Daubeney, probably with William Arnold as master mason. The north wing was completed in 1900 by architect Sir Ernest George

Wayford Manor House is a country house with a garden in Britain, situated in Wayford, Somerset, England. It has been designated a Grade I listed building.The House includes a central range which was rebuilt about 1600 on the site of an earlier building by Charles Daubeney, probably with William Arnold as master mason. The north wing was completed in 1900 by architect Sir Ernest George

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