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modern regency

t’s graceful and has grand rooms, but that’s not why this house is special to me – it’s special because we raised our children here,’ says Meredithe Stuart-Smith of her Regency home in Gloucestershire. ‘It’s elegant and grown-up, but it’s not so precious that tons of kids couldn’t pile in – it hits all of our needs.’ Creating such environments, ones that appeal to different generations, is something that

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