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The lawns are still manicured, the croquet balls still click-clack together, hundreds of affluent Egyptian families sip tea and chat in a patois of English, French, and Arabic.
After the street is cleared, the public will be allowed to rush the container with fishing rods and croquet mallets.
As croquet partners, Sexton and Salem have the highest respect for one another.
In addition to a pool and tennis court, the property includes a billiards terrace and croquet green
Other sporting opportunities include salmon fishing on some of the country’s best salmon fishing rivers, deer stalking, croquet (naturally), and archery lessons.
Excursions, tours, pub walks, whiskey tastings and croquet are available.
The property now boasts 58 bedrooms, 33 bathrooms, a 20,000-square-foot ballroom, tennis and croquet courts and three bomb shelters.
Longacre Park also included a baseball field, a golf driving fairway under lights, tennis, croquet, pony rides, horseshoes and basketball.
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Origin and Etymology of croquet
First Known Use: 1855See Words from the same year
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