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A grand country manor house owned by royalty and with a history dating back to Saxon times is on the market for £6.75m.<br />
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Grade II Listed Everleigh Manor was owned by the Crown during the reigns of Henry IV, Henry VIII and Elizabeth I, before the Queen granted it to her chief falconer.<br />
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The impressive property has had tough times in its history - partly destroyed by fire in 1882, when it was rented by a wealthy gunpowder maker, and stripped of its oak timbers when it was bought by a timber merchant in 1917.<br />
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But the current owners bought the house near Marlborough, Wilts, 22 years ago and have carried out a complete renovation to restore it to its former glory.