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A grand apartment in a mansion that has hosted royals, aristocrats and celebrities is on the market for offers over £2.4m.
Whittingehame House was once the home of politician Arthur Balfour, who was Prime Minister in the early 20th century, and he hosted the likes of William Gladstone, Winston Churchill, David Lloyd George, HG Wells and Arthur Conan Doyle here.
While he was Prime Minister, Balfour was also visited by King Edward VII, who planted a commemorative oak tree in the 16-acre grounds.
The Grade A listed mansion, which is still regarded as one of the finest neo-classical country houses in Britain, is in East Lothian, Scotland and is now divided into seven apartments.