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CLIVEDEN HOUSE Celebrate the newest royal nuptials in high-style at Cliveden House, a country house hotel sprawled across a 376-acre estate.
Its landscape is dotted with country houses, barns and stretches of wilderness populated with deer, foxes and hawks.
Her family had a home in the city but spent much of their time at their country house on the farm, her niece said.
Collins emphasized that the assessment project will largely evaluate household items around the Merion property and at Albert C. Barnes’ Chester County country house, Ker-Feal.
Dylan says she was taken to a small attic space at her mom's country house.
Chewton Glen is a quintessentially British country house hotel prized as one of the top, luxury family-friendly properties in all of Europe and a true culinary destination sprawled across a 130-acre estate.
Sure enough, after the intermission of Noises Off, Robert Koharchik’s detailed British country house set, with its handsome wooden paneling and myriad doors, swivels to take us backstage.
Anyone looking for an Irish country house, look no further than the Emsworth, offered at €7.5 million, or $9.2 million.
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: a large house in the country typically owned by someone who also has a home in a city
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