Tudor country manor built for King Henry VII's attorney general is on the market for £3.9m

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An impressive Tudor country manor built for King Henry VII's attorney general is on the market for £3.9m.<br />
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The 543-year-old Hales Hall is a historic seven-bedroom home with a moat and about nine acres of grounds.<br />
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It also comes with the largest brick-built Tudor barn in England, which is currently used as a stunning and successful wedding event business.<br />
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There has been a house on the site for 1,000 years, but the current Grade I listed home is the surviving wing of a great Tudor house built by Sir James Hobart in 1478.