Mystery buyer snaps up historic title for just £7,000 within days of being put on the market

Mystery buyer snaps up historic title for just £7,000 within days of being put on the market
 

A mystery buyer has secured a little piece of history - and a link to the Royal family - after forking out £7,000 to become of Lord of the Manor.
To be more precise, the Lordship of the Manor of Streatlam, sold by Manorial Auctioneers of London this week.
It goes back to the Traynes family, who lived at Streatlam in Barnard Castle, County Durham around the year 1200.
Robert Smith, who owns the auctioneers said: “It sold amazingly quickly, within days. It’s a title with a prestigious history.”
He said the title once belonged to the 15th Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, Claude Bowes-Lyon.... read more

 
1 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 32
Source: Sunday Sun
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