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In the heart of East End London sits the Malplaquet House, exuding a mysterious grandeur that would make anyone do a double-take as they strolled past its

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Between 1778 and the house was extensively altered and modernized by a man called Harry Charrington, a Director of the Charrington brewery in Bethnal Green of the same name

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Malplaquet House: with an unusual bathroom painted a bright shade of yellow, for reasons unknown, the walls are covered in numerous crucifixes!

I found this on Rightmove

In the heart of East End London sits the Malplaquet House, exuding a mysterious grandeur that would make anyone do a double-take as they strolled past its

I found this on Rightmove

In the heart of East End London sits the Malplaquet House, exuding a mysterious grandeur that would make anyone do a double-take as they strolled past its

I found this on Rightmove

In the heart of East End London sits the Malplaquet House, exuding a mysterious grandeur that would make anyone do a double-take as they strolled past its

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The dining room on the raised ground floor runs the full depth of the house. The two halves of the room are united by a grand arch which was built in the early century. The floorboards and joinery, including the windows and shutters, are original.

I found this on Rightmove

In the heart of East End London sits the Malplaquet House, exuding a mysterious grandeur that would make anyone do a double-take as they strolled past its

I found this on Rightmove

In the heart of East End London sits the Malplaquet House, exuding a mysterious grandeur that would make anyone do a double-take as they strolled past its

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