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entertained everyone at their manor house after the wedding ceremony
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Leave a Note Georgian manor houses invariably lie at the end of a long gravel drive, past formal gardens and elegant outbuildings.
The chateau’s architect is refurbishing the manor house there and building structures for an apparent hunting compound, according to permit records at the local town hall.
One of his many friends, Senator José Ozámiz, had a manor house there, and Parsons set himself up in a second-story room.
The manor house got a makeover in the 1990s, when a retired car executive and his fashion-designer wife turned it into a luxurious country home.
In 1794, a manor house near present-day East 26th Street, on farmland originally owned by Jacobus Kip, the namesake of Kips Bay, was leased as a quarantined facility for people with yellow fever.
Kosciuszko was born in 1746 and grew up in a manor house, where 31 peasant families worked for his father.
Once known as Cliff Lawn, this gilded age manor house was built in 1873 for John Winthrop Chanler and his wife, Margaret Astor Ward, great-granddaughter of the famed businessman and millionaire John Jacob Astor.
Detroit Free Press staff This rambling Tudor manor house is 93 years old with a powerful personality and a wealth of surprises.
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