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BEDROOM ONE 16' 6" x 10' 11" (5.03m x 3.33m) PVCu double glazed window overlooking front, fitted wardrobes with over bed bridge, double panel radiator, double glazed window with obscure glass overlooking rear.
BATHROOM Bath, wash hand basin set in vanity unit, single panel radiator, w.c, PVCu double glazed window with obscure glass.
This was not granted, and he was brought to trial in the Tower of London by the infamous "Hanging Judge Jefferies".
The main line railway station at Bristol Parkway is within a 3 ½ mile drive, and Bristol airport is approximately 15 miles to the south.
Three bedroom detached bungalow situated in Goose Green in Frampton Cotterell, the property is of a non standard PRC construction so is only available to CASH PURCHASERS. The property is offered with NO ONWARD CHAIN, early viewing is advised.
GARDEN FRONT Wooden five bar gate leading to driveway providing off street parking for two cars leading to single detached garage.
Mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs, large pond.
In January 1331, Ringwood and other manors which Isabella had previously surrendered were granted to William Montagu, 1st Earl of Salisbury, whose descendants with some intermission held it for more than two centuries, until the death of Margaret Pole, Countess of Salisbury in 1541.
Queen Mary granted the lands to Francis Hastings, 2nd Earl of Huntingdon, but by the middle of the 17th century the manor had passed to the Arundells of Wardour, and in 1728 was in the hands of Henry Arundell, 6th Baron Arundell of Wardour.
Monmouth was then taken to the house now named Monmouth House in West Street (between the Market Place and the Fish Inn).
It was there that he wrote a letter to James II begging forgiveness.
Secondary and Sixth Form education can be found at The Ridings&146; Federation Winterbourne International Academy.
Bristol City Centre is within 8 ½ miles of Frampton Cotterell, and the M5 and M4 motorways are approximately 2 miles away, with the M32 being approximately 3 miles away.
In 1108, it was recorded that the tenants of the "manor of Ringwood and Harbridge" had common rights in the New Forest, among the knights and esquires, for their farm beasts and plough beasts between "Teg att Brokelisford" and "Ostaven" and in the vill of Beaulieu for all their livestock except goats and geese: for this they paid the King an annual agistment.