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  • Tammy Cutri

    Black and white house in Cheshire, England.

  • Janet Wheatcroft

    - Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire, UK. A wonderful Tudor house

  • Lisa Mason

    Haunted Houses - Little Moreton Hall

  • Stephanie Gibree

    Amazing pattern design! Tudor Home: Little Moreton Hall, also known as Old Moreton Hall, is a moated half-timbered manor house 4 miles (6.4 km) southwest of Congleton in Cheshire, England. The earliest parts of the house were built for the prosperous Cheshire landowner William Moreton in about 1504–08, and the remainder was constructed in stages by successive generations of the family until about 1610.

  • Bron Larner

    BooksPlease: Cross Stitch - Little Moreton Hall, Cheshire

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