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    Manior General P, what a lovely surprise this was. I never though what appeared to be a seemingly normal house, on a normal street would hold such treasures within. It almost felt as if the owner would come home at any time, but this was certainly one of the highlights on a predominantly*house based tour. I'm not really sure what else to say about this little place, especially history wise, although it would be interesting to know the reason behind the sudden abandonment of such a lovely place.























    As always, thanks for looking! :D

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    This is truly brilliant. Great post and thanks for sharing

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    You sure they weren't just having a kip elsewhere in the property?, I enjoyed it Squid, Thanks
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    Its fascinating how these proprieties just get left like this, great post

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    Lovely as always VampiricSquid. What a beautiful house :)

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    This is in the top ten well preserved places i have seen.
    Just magical and beautifully captured.

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    What a gem, this is why I love euro-splores so much!
    Photography is spot on too. Thanks for sharing :)
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    What a stunner!So much to see and lust over! Cracking images..thank you.

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