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The Bryn Du Mansion
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The fifty-two acre estate was constructed as an Italianate Villa in 1865. In 1905, John Sutphin Jones purchased the property and named the mansion "Bryn Du", which is Welsh for Dark Hills.  The Village of Granville acquired the grounds in 2002, "with a mission of historic preservation and to provide program and event facilities for the benefit of the community".

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Uploaded: 19/02/2009
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