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A gingerbread house was once three cottages owned by local farmers who can be traced back to the mid-18th century.
The properties were built using Hornton or ‘gingerbread’ stone that is a feature of many Oxford colleges.
Douglas House, in Chipping Warden, is named after one of the old farming families and has many period features including stone fireplaces and exposed beams. There is a 30ft-long…
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