‘The embodiment of Elizabethan England and the Age of Shakespeare’ brought back from the brink

Glorious Tudor pile in Shropshire restored as a family estate after 25 years of neglect

A glorious Tudor mansion in Shropshire – one of three country houses used as a safe retreats for the Royal family during WWII – has been reunited with its former estate and given a new lease of life as a grand family residence, after being pretty much forsaken for 25 years.

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