Shadowing Cliff

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The Independent Online
There is not yet a blue plaque to celebrate Cliff Richard having once lived in Great Easton Manor in Essex, but its new owners could always apply. The seven-bedroom house, built in Tudor style, dates back to the turn of this century. Its eight acres of gardens contain a swimming pool, squash court, stables and, of course, tennis court. It is for sale through Savills in Chelmsford for pounds 750,000.

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