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A home fit for a King!<br />
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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.<br />
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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.<br />
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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.