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country seat

A rural residence of some importance.
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The property's original owner, Colonel Alexander Kyle of Binghill, built a "neat and substantial country seat" after purchasing the estate in 1808.
re g i s t ar country seat of the undertaking or if they are not issued in the country where the economic operator, the economic operator may submit a statement to validate the signatures of the competent authority.
One was owned by Richard Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick, and then, in 1545, became the country seat of Clement Throckmorton and Alexander Avenon, who was Mayor of London at the time.
ALRIGHT, so you're a rich 17th century gentleperson with a London town house and a country seat stuffed with treasures, either inherited from previous generations or souvenirs brought back after making the Grand Tour.
EXHIBITION, FILM AND BOOK ALL INSPIRED BY THE PASTON TREASURE ALRIGHT, so you're a rich 17th century gentleperson with a London town house and a country seat stuffed with treasures, either inherited from previous generations or souvenirs brought back after making the Grand Tour.
Now those very same treasures will go on display alongside it ALRIGHT, so you're a rich 17th century gentleperson with a London town house and a country seat stuffed with treasures, either inherited from previous generations or souvenirs brought back after making the Grand Tour.
It was believed to have subsequently become the country seat of the Bishops of Glasgow, with a fortified stone structure of some kind likely erected on the site.
The two aircraft came down close to - but not in - the famous Waddesdon Estate, the former country seat of the Rothschild banking dynasty.
Hugh Richard Louis Grosvenor, who was previously known by the honorary title Earl Grosvenor, inherits his father's PS8.3bn 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.
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.

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