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dower house

n
(Architecture) a house set apart for the use of a widow, often on her deceased husband's estate
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And this is why there is a new household and a brand-new baby in Naseby Dower House; and why the great Van Tromp lives in pleasant style upon the shores of England; and why twenty-six individual copies of the THYMEBURY STAR are received daily at the door of Naseby House.
Stay in the historic centre of Bath at the five-red-star The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa, featuring an award-winning spa, the three-AA Rosette Dower House Restaurant and an acre of secluded gardens.
The Dower House 77 Brook Street Wymeswold Leicestershire LE12 6TT.
And there's potential to add even more value to the property, as the Dower House is in need of restoration and could become an extra dwelling or holiday let, subject to planning.
She spent the first years of her marriage living in the town and later moved to Dower House on the grounds of Emo Park in Co Laois.
During the 16th and 17th centuries it belonged to the Snede family, being the dower house for Keele.
in the upper employee parking lot at Melwood's main campus, 5606 Dower House Road, in Upper Marlboro.<br />This annual free event will be an interactive day of fun and learning to highlight the critical importance of improving the health and safety of the community, especially for people of differing abilities.<br />Community in Action Day will bring health and safety demonstrations, games, and awareness tips with Melwood's partners, including the Forestville Fire Department, District 5 Police Station (Clinton), Abraham Security and more.
The Dower House is a a unique and listed house of your very own, set amongst idyllic private gardens, with three en-suite bedrooms, a fully-equipped kitchen with your own personal chef, plus private gated entrance and parking.
In 1916 the world is at war and the energetic Lady Montfort has persuaded her husband to offer his family's dower house to the War Office as an auxiliary hospital for officers recovering from shell-shock with their redoubtable housekeeper Mrs.
And those 25 points were enough for Wavertree when the news arrived that Spring View's match against Northop Hall had been abandoned after a deluge had hit Dower House Farm with the home team poised for victory.
Residents have the Lepton Highlanders Sports and Social Club on the doorstep, and the Peak District a short drive away When you enter The Old Dower House you'll step through a gorgeous glazed porch, which leads into the larger main hallway, with its grand staircase.