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country seat

A rural residence of some importance.
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FORTY years ago the Marquess of Anglesey's country seat, Plas Newydd, was given to the National Trust and became one of the island's major tourist attractions.
3bn estate and the family's country seat Eaton Hall in Cheshire - home to the Grosvenor family since the 15th century.
The former Rangers owner even took the heating oil with him as he fled his country seat, TURN TO PAGE 6
DODGY doggers dressed as fairies are creating a stink at the country seat of one of Britain's noblest families.
COUNTRY SEAT : Georgia fabric armchair, PS829, Darlings of Chelsea
Donnington Hall, mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, is Grade II listed and was the country seat of the Bishop of Hereford until the mid-18th century.
The royal couple's sprawling Welsh country seat is only a few miles outside the market town of Llandovery.
Situated in the grounds of Tabley House, a country seat of substance built in 1767, the racecourse is but a few minutes from the M6.
Chris, 31, turned the key Black Country seat back to blue in a 9.
Survivors had moved to a flat area just outside the country seat and home to the summer horse festival, according to a note from Jinpa Trust, a local Tibetan charity.
The other day received--via an Ocado tricycle courier or somesuch--on invitation to the country seat of no less than the Hon.
It is as noble and rich as Orlando's country seat, which I like to think of as Knole, remembering a happy day I spent there last June.

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