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Prebendal Manor

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Prebendal Manor
Nassington, Northamptonshire, England
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Nassington is a lovely little village in north east Northamptonshire. at the heart of the village, across from the church, is Prebendal Manor, a 13th century house that is probably the oldest inhabited building in the county. The house has roots that go back well into Saxon times, but the house itself is a beautiful example of early medieval architecture, surrounded by an authentic recreation of a medieval garden.

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