Thursday 07 December 2017
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A house fit for a king! Twelfth-century country manor once owned by Henry VIII after he seized it from monks goes on the market.
Nestled in the Wye Valley, 12th-century Llanthony Secunda Manor boasts a formal reception, five bedrooms a library and stunning views of the surrounding countryside.
Those wanting the full Tudor experience will also have the chance to host sumptuous banquets in the lovingly restored great hall. The medieval property, once owned by monks and seized by the colorful monarch during the dissolution of the monasteries, dodged the wrecking ball back in the 1970s after falling into a state of disrepair.
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