dower house


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dower house

a house set apart for the use of a widow, often on her deceased husband's estate
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Attached to the Dower House is a former stable block, now converted to provide a separate four-bedroom cottage.
BOOK IT Dower House & The East Wing at Whittingham, near Alnwick is PS389 for seven nights' selfcatering for arrival on November 25.
We lived totally separate lives, and Houshang, who has always treated his first wife with great respect, simply had living quarters at Hamilton House and here at the Dower House.
First built in the 19th century as a dower house for Lady Sarah Hay-Williams, it was bought by investors Clarenco LLP, owned by Mike Clare, for around pounds 2m last year.
Stepping Westward" links up with the earlier "The Dower House," both riffing Jane Austen's Persuasion, with different Elliots encountering protagonists who engage in some actions and thoughts familiar to readers of that novel.
Old Dower House, who's retired now, loved going round there, even though he had legs like glass.
In addition, motoring mogul Arnold Clark will have some of his own classics on display set against the imposing backdrop of Dower House.
The Loughton Astronomical Society presents its fifth annual Equinox Skycamp at the Dower House Touring Park in East Harling, Thetford, Norfolk.
The draw at Dower House Farm gave other sides the chance to take closer order but Maghull missed their opportunity when they lost at home to Alder by four wickets.
Dower House, priced at PS840,000, is a five-bedroom detached executive home featuring large floor to ceiling windows, separate family and living rooms and a private driveway leading to an external detached double garage.
The Grade II-listed property was first built in the 19th century as a dower house for Lady Sarah Hay-Williams.