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This timeless medieval manor house that has remained untouched since its erection in the 13th century has emerged for sale. <br />
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Grade II listed 'Bramshott Manor' near Liphook, Hants, stands as a time-capsule in the 21st century as one of the oldest continually inhabited homes in the country. <br />
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The five bedroom home is jam-packed with period features such as 750-year-old open beams, moulded windows and a 16th century oak staircase. <br />
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Almost a millennium ago the plot of land was inhabited by leading Norman knight Edward de Salisbury, who was High Sheriff under William the Conqueror.