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The house from which writer Catherine Cookson became one of Britain's best-selling authors has hit the market for £1.1m. <br />
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Cookson lived in 'Loreto' between 1954 and 1976, penning 40 books, including many of her most popular, from the enormous country residence.  <br />
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It was during this period that the author, who has sold over 100 million books, became known to audiences around the world. <br />
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A permanent blue plaque commemorating Cookson's time at Loreto is attached the the building's exterior.