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1. a large and imposing house
2. a less common word for manor house
3. Brit a block of flats
4. Astrology any of 28 divisions of the zodiac each occupied on successive days by the moon


A large and imposing dwelling; a large apartment in a building.

What does it mean when you dream about a mansion?

Our house is often a symbol of our body, so a mansion in a dream can represent a “rich” sense of self or even an exaggerated sense of self. A mansion might also represent our future potential, as something we might eventually grow into. (See also Home).


1. A very large, imposing, stately residence.
2. In colonial times, the residence of a landholder.
3. A manor house; also called a mansion house.
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Crosby's Park Manor scheme will be spread across two mansion blocks, Bracebridge House at Longmoor House.
There are ten apartments available across the specialised scheme of 50 apartment homes in five Georgian-style mansion blocks set in green surroundings with a Little Aston address.
The development of five, Georgian-style mansion blocks in its parkland setting overlooking rose gardens and water features provides a total of 50 apartments, 15 still available.