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Peover Hall, Gardens & Park

"Lived in with a vengeance", the Tudor manor house is a rare gem

This Elizabethan house was built in 1585 by Sir Randle Mainwaring, although it is believed that the Mainwaring family lived on the site some time before that the outline of an earlier moated building can be seen on site of the still-active sawmill.

The fourth baronet Sir Henry added a new wing to Peover Hall in the 1760s.

Peover Hall was used as headquarters for General Patton and the US Third Army to train for the D-Day landings in 1944. It also housed a prisoner-of-war camp.

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