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UK Jacobean Manor - Dec 2012

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I got the chance to see this place with SK, and it was amazing. With the most gorgeous chimney's and fire places i have ever seen.

I could have just moved right in.

Thanks SK for the external shot

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Thanks for looking

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brilliant pics !! i actually messed up on this one big time so need to revisit...thanks for sharing :)

Thanks NK, Yes you must go back, its amazing

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Thats beautiful, imagine it with a little Mr Sheen.

The roof and chimneys are fantastic, with internals to match.

Lovely, just lovely :thumb

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