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22 October 2003
Cornish settlement and fogou for sale

Jo May, CAER's (Centre for Alternative Education and Research) founder and director is offering his property for sale. Located at the coastal village of Lamorna, South Cornwall (England), the property was built in the style of a Cornish manor with four reception rooms, four bedrooms and four bath/shower rooms. Gardens, woodland, seven acres, log cabin, car port and bungalow are  available by separate negotiation.
     Base price is 525,000 and the site includes also the base of an Iron Age house; over 60 pieces of pottery dating from 500BC have been found there. It is believed that the site may have originally consisted of a fogou - a stone underground passage unique to Cornwall  - and two round houses.
     For information call Bradford and Bingley Stratton Creber's coastal and country homes department (01872 240999).

Sources: CAER, Western Morning News (4 October 2003)

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