Friday, August 16, 2019

Llanthony Secunda Manor


An old manor house is for sale. From Bristol Live:
With spiral stone staircases, flagstone floors, crafted wooden doors and ornate arched windows, you'd be forgiven for thinking you'd either gone back in time or wandered onto the set of a Harry Potter film if you walked into Llanthony Secunda Manor. With a great dining hall as a well as a library, it's a historic building made modern without losing any of its ancient charm or character, and it's on the market for £875,000. The former grange farm was built more than 700 years ago, in around 1205, and is believed to have been owned by Henry VIII during the dissolution of the monasteries in 1536-41. (Read more.)


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