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With the royal wedding upon us, we’ve rounded up seven West Country properties Meghan and Harry could call home.
Overlooking Lee Bay on Devon’s north coast, this imposing manor house sits in one of the area’s few remaining unspoilt locations. Dating back to 1896, Lee Manor boasts a wealth of period features including mullioned windows, Gothic style panelling, stained glass windows and exposed chestnut beams.
Occupying an idyllic country setting on the edge of the village of Luppitt, this beautifully-restored Victorian home offers a stylish blend of 21st century conveniences and 19th century grandeur. Enhanced and extended over the years, the house now includes an orangery and converted coach house.
This beautifully-crafted Arts and Crafts style house occupies a large elevated and secluded plot just a stone’s throw from the centre of Crewkerne. Lovingly updated by its current owners, many original features remain from the stained glass windows to the servant’s glass bell system.
This impressive estate offers an eight-bedroom manor house, two-bedroom cottage, three-bedroom lodge, coach house, covered swimming pool and hard tennis court, all in a total of 44.4 acres of mature gardens, parkland, woodland and lake.
Steeped in history, this enchanting part-castellated Grade II* Listed former priory is set amidst glorious gardens and grounds, extending to four and a half acres. Ideally located for easy access to the north Cornish coastline, this property is within easy reach of the bustling harbour town of Newquay.
This 16th century Grade II listed manor house sits on the edge of Exmoor National Park. With a heated outdoor swimming pool, four self-catering holiday cottages, excellent outbuildings and three garages, this is an impressive property packet with profitable potential.
Occupying a breath-taking position overlooking the harbour and sea at Polperro, this stunning 16th century holiday cottage would make the perfect royal weekend bolthole. Arranged as two letting properties, Island House and Island Cottage form a stunning Grade II listed five-storey historic house just a stone’s throw from the quaint harbour and narrow streets of this popular fishing village.
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