Grays Court :: Shared Description

Grays Court is possibly the oldest continuously occupied house in the United Kingdom. Parts of it date back to 1080. It was commissioned by the first Norman Archbishop of York to provide the official residence for the Treasurers of York Minster. It is a Grade I listed building and is now a restaurant and hotel.
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SE6052 : Greys Court Hotel and Minster by DS Pugh
SE6052 : Grays Court by habiloid
SE6052 : Grey Court Gardens by DS Pugh
SE6052 : City Walls from Grey's Court by DS Pugh


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Created: Sat, 31 Aug 2019, Updated: Sat, 31 Aug 2019

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