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The first stone house in Chipping Campden

A 14th century merchant's home, with interesting architectural features, including an impressive by... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
aflynn33
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Delaware
Six Hundred year old House, so impressive

The home of William Grevel (note the Grevel Brass in nearby St. James' Church) on High Street is... read more

Reviewed 30 September 2015
KLE2013
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Centreville, Virginia
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“The first stone house in Chipping Campden”
4 Oct 2016
“Hard to locate”
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Built in the 14th century, this historic house of William Grevel is the first great wool mansion.
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Chipping Campden, England
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A 14th century merchant's home, with interesting architectural features, including an impressive by window. On High Street near the Market Hall.

Thank aflynn33
Reviewed 4 October 2016

This house is on the list of attractions to see however it is not well posted to know where it is. Took some locating even after asking the locals where to find it as it is not sign posted or have the Grevel name on...More

Thank thewillow
Reviewed 30 September 2015

The home of William Grevel (note the Grevel Brass in nearby St. James' Church) on High Street is over six hundred years old. We were unable to view the interior, but the house and its prospect in the midst of Chipping Campden is incredibly impressive....More

Thank KLE2013
Reviewed 2 June 2015

My 13th Great Grandfather was William Greville and lived there! Its a beautiful place. He was the local wool merchant and benefactor of St James Church.

Thank David M
Reviewed 25 March 2015

You can only view the house from the street but worth seeking this out. Built in C14th with fine old architecture & gargoyles.

Thank Bookbag123
Reviewed 16 September 2014

Very old house - just interesting as it is so darn old and very pretty too. Just saw exterior. You see it while walking the high street.

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