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It has passed through several hands, notably in 1786 it was purchased by Prince Frederic, Duke of York, second son of George III. However he sold it later in 1805 to the 17th Baron Stourton, in which family it stayed until 1983. In that year it was acquired by Dr Gerald Rolph, an American businessman. The estate is now managed by the Gerald Arthur Rolph Foundation for Historic Preservation and Education.
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