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Nostell Priory and Parkland
house located in West Yorkshire, England
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Nostell Priory and Parkland
house located in West Yorkshire, England
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Doncaster Road, Nostell, Wakefield
West Yorkshire
United Kingdom

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Nostell Priory (referred to by the National Trust simply as Nostell)is a Palladian house located in Nostell, near Crofton close to Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England, approached by the Doncaster road from Wakefield. It dates from 1733, and was built for the Winn family on the site of a medieval priory. The Priory and its contents were given to the National Trust in 1953 by the trustees of the estate and Rowland Winn, 3rd Baron St Oswald.

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