Grade II listed Georgian house. Built in 1976, previous owners include Duke of Wellington and Field Marshall. Retains original décor and period furnishings. Includes 180 acres of land in a remote location. Chapel, open lawns, walled gardens, stone terrace, stable yard, lakes and woodland. Devon, PL7.
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