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u) SQUASH COTTAGE: A single-storey listed house faced in knapped flint , formerly the stable of Down House and later fitted with a squash court. It has an unusual weather-boarded turret surmounted by a weather-vane in the shape of a hare; a pack of beagles was once kept there.
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