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This lovely old house built in 1718 is full of character and a testament to its architect

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Hi, my name’s Chris. I live in the beautiful county of Monmouthshire.
When I was 10 I was given a Brownie 110 for a school trip – not a single shot came out! But ….. the photography bug was born.
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  • 1Nino
    1Ninoover 4 years ago

    Chris if this old house could talk – it could speak volumes of history – plus some! Great capture!!

  • That’s very true I’m sure. It’s such a lovely old house and obviously much loved

    – missmoneypenny

  • Catherine Hamilton-Veal  ©
    Catherine Hami...over 4 years ago

    this is a wonderful building Chris, can you see modern houses lasting that long.x

  • Good morning Catherine. No, not really. It’s wonderful to see these old buildings loved and lived in.

    – missmoneypenny

  • duncandragon
    duncandragonover 4 years ago

    Lovely old house – Great capture!

  • It is isn’t it? And so well looked after :O)

    – missmoneypenny

  • Pamela Phelps
    Pamela Phelpsover 4 years ago

    I just did a run of 1700’s houses. So interesting to see the difference between your area and this area. Outstanding image!

  • They are all amazing buildings aren’t they? And so appealing too

    – missmoneypenny

  • adgray
    adgrayabout 4 years ago

    Where abouts is this? Country, location, town, road(s)?
    Have you any other info about it? was it always private or may it have been a business? A tavern or something?
    and I am wondering; as the date is on the cream section and there is an obvious difference between it and the red Tudor style was the red part older
    or younger? – Have to go google now! Ü
    Very interesting and feeding my research gathering mind! Thank you!
    Chookas! ♥Ü♥

  • Good grief so many questions, lol. The house is in Lower Lydbrook, Gloucestershire opposite a pub called the Courtfield Arms. You can find the info here
    Chris

    – missmoneypenny

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