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The Grange, Morthoe
England

The Grange at Morthoe, Devon. Large stately house situated in the holiday village of Morthoe, with stunning views out over the Bristol Channel.

Copyright: Matt Wellard
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Caricate: 31/12/2010
Aggiornato: 17/10/2014
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Tags: grange; morthoe; devon; sea; view; seaview; snow; winter; house
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