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  • Built in 1900 for the estate's gamekeeper, our home for the next four days is a red-brick double-fronted Edwardian house, named for the Neolithic longstone on the brow of the hill.

    Powerless to resist: a no-tech break on the Isle of Wight

  • Chetin and Sarah live in London, but with circumcision not available on the NHS for non-medical reasons they have come to Luton, to a large double-fronted red-brick building that is Britain's only purpose-built circumcision clinic.

    Circumcising children

  • Much like its larger sibling, this beautiful double-fronted art deco building hosts regular book-related events and is prized locally for its helpful staff.

    Independent bookshops in Wales

  • Savills Number 50a Eaton Square is a double-fronted, three-story home in the heart of Belgravia.

    London Townhouse

  • Shabalala pointed to a utilitarian wood and iron warehouse with double-fronted doors barred with a heavy piece of wood.

    Let The Dead Lie

  • A large, tasteful house, detached and double-fronted, but still struggling to compete with the even bigger one next door.

    The Redleys

  • He is at his relaxed best in his home in his East Dunfermline constituency in Fife - a detached, double-fronted Victorian house with a large sloping garden behind.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • There are towering old palaces there, double-fronted business premises by Thackeray and Balzac, cathedrals by Trollope.

    Bag Lady in the City of Fiction

  • This was a double-fronted emporium the size of a carpet store.

    Bad Luck and Trouble

  • The Texan ex-wife of rocker Mick Jagger lives in a 26-room double-fronted Georgian mansion.

    U.K. Homes Of U.S. Celebrities ©...

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