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A home fit for a King!
A former hunting lodge that has played host to countless Royals and aristocrats in its 930-year history has gone on the market for £7.5million.
The 25-acre country estate is thought to have been built by William the Conqueror when he established the ancient New Forest as a Royal hunting ground in 1079.
The first Norman King of England had lodges built for hunting parties to eat and sleep in, with one of them being Ladycross Lodge near Beaulieu, Hants.