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Reference 31213
67 miles (108km) from London
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Highly unusual 16th century location comprising two palladian pavilions linked by a ruined collonade, facing a pond and fountain looking onto open parkland. One pavilion is formerly residential, the other a double-height concert/event venue with very large windows. Northamptonshire.

Reference 46209
109 miles (175km) from London
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Atmospheric elizabethan mansion, with grand empty rooms; chapel and micro museum. Set in extensive parkland. Nottinghamshire.

Reference 49090
97 miles (156km) from London
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Stunning country manor house with Jacobean, Queen Anne and Georgian facades; contains many original features including stone fireplaces, panelled study; grounds of 55 acres include terraces, rural views, an orangery, pergola, kitchen garden and traditional greenhouses. Gloucestershire.

Reference 47442
113 miles (182km) from London
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Elizabethan style mansion house in varying stages of dereliction, offering plenty of film-friendly areas: 'ancient' kitchen, restored brew-house, cellars, stable block, and faded grand rooms. Lincolnshire.

see also: interiors general :: stylish / lifestyle :: retro :: empty, derelict, ruined :: state rooms / ballrooms / great halls :: colourful / eccentric locations

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