Blenheim

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the First Duke of Marlborough and Prince Eugene of Savoy defeated the French in 1704 during the War of the Spanish Succession

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ras el hanout (see Notes) 1 1/4 to 1 3/4 cups dried apricot halves, preferably Blenheim
Both houses fall into the same price bracket: offers invited around pounds 545,000 for Wychbury Court and ranging from pounds 510,000 to pounds 525,000 for the Blenheim.
The Blenheim, however, can bring the manor house style within reach of more than one buyer at a time, if only a select few, three currently available across the two Pedmore sites.
And the Bunswick Gate, Blenheim showhome, planned as a view property for two years, was sold within six months: "Proo if proof were needed that the housebuyer seeking the charm of the old can now find it in the new and benefit from today's specification and building methods," said CALA sales and marketing director, Miss Sue Parry.