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  1. Ref: 14413

    The Centre features a number of interesting period corridors built from a combination of brick, stone and marble. For more information please call James on 0203 77 33 703.

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  2. Ref: 14411

    An impressive red-bricked hall with space to seat 300 people. A beautiful curved ceiling spans the length of the room while Tuscan arches and twin oak doors give the hall a distinctly Mediterranean flavour. For more information please call James on 0203 77 33 703.

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  3. Ref: 14407

    A beautiful Grade ll Listed building located in the heart of Westminster. Incredibly film-friendly and accessible, this Evangelical church features a breath-taking auditorium, two event halls, period corridors and even the original 1920s washrooms. For more information please call James on 0203 77 33 703.

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  4. Ref: 10956

    Stunning medieval towers overlooking lake with unique chapel 

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  5. Ref: 10062

    A manor house set within large grounds with ruins of a castle

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  6. Ref: 9579

    Castle building with semi-gothic style architecture and decor

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  7. Ref: 7965

    Beautiful gothic castle complete with interiors and exteriors full of character and filmic promise.

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  8. Ref: 7177

    An incredible privately owned castle with 12 distinct bedrooms, outbuildings and cottages and a deer park.

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  9. Ref: 5697

    Built in 1140, remains a well preserved Norman building with four floors. Situated in Essex.
     

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  10. Ref: 4855

    Period former gate house converted into a modern family home

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