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Plenty of ground here, mind you you would have to put up with the general public as the National Trust open up these places but yes it would be nice to live in such splendour. Thanks 48...Sue
I really like the ivy-covered buildings/cottages/homes. I would be happy to have this as my home, as long as the National Trust maintained it and the grounds! :-)
All I can say is WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Found this snippet about Sizergh Castle:'The Deincourt family owned this land from the 1170s. On the marriage of Elizabeth Deincourt to Sir William de Stirkeland in 1239, the estate passed into the hands of what became the Strickland family, who owned it until it was gifted to the National Trust in 1950. The Strickland family still live at the Castle'.Fancy having this as your home, what a pad. Thanks Joyces...Sue
Great picture & puzzle!! Has this been converted to a hotel or apartments or anything? Thanks Sue!! :))))(time, 4:39)