Shropshire mansion with Domesday connections

May 2006
Farmers Weekly;5/12/2006, Vol. 144 Issue 19, p96
Trade Publication
The article features the historic 371-acre Detton Hall Estate at Cleobury Mortimer near Kidderminster, England being launched by real estate agent Nock Deighton for sale. The property which was sold six times was mentioned in the "Domesday Book." The lot also includes the Detton Lamb and Beef meat-marketing business. James McIntyre, who handles the sale, remarks on the interest of businesses in the property.


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