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stately home

Brit a large mansion, esp one open to the public
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The event is happening at the Alcester stately home on Saturday, July 7.
A FAMILY-run company has joined the aristocracy with a deal to supply one of the country's most iconic stately homes.
The average house price in an area with a stately home was GBP319,203 in May this year compared to an average of GBP277,990 in the counties without, a premium of 15% or GBP41,213.
RARE antiques from one of Britain's most famous stately homes are expected to fetch PS10 million when they go under the hammer this summer.
Llancaiach Fawr Manor transformed from a 17th-century stately home into an occupied French Chateau in Normandy during 1944, with two days of soldiers, songs, shellfire and swing.
A STATELY home gave its suits of armour a scrub and polish as staff prepared to put the house "to bed" this weekend.
Mind you, he also listens to techno on the move and once trashed a priceless vintage car on the lawn of a stately home.
I walked into that stately home with my head held up high, feeling like I belonged here.
Alison Carroll, 45, was more than three times over the limit after boozing on a picnic trip to a stately home with her own three children and one of their pals, aged from four to 10.
The Derby trial, staged at Hamilton since 2006, may have been discarded by York, but this renewal is a timely coup for the track, with Saeed Bin Suroor represented by Emirates Champion and Aidan O'Brien saddling Stately Home, his first runner in the race since it was relocated to the Scottish track.
A stately home steeped in history has looked towards the future of its employees.
A good example is Painting as a Pastime, 2001/2002, a proposal to organize an open-submission landscape-painting competition in the grounds of a stately home.