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Cheswick House is a Grade II listed Victorian country house built in 1859 by Robert Crossman of Berwick-upon-Tweed, a brewer. In 1883 it was inherited by his son, Colonel (later Sir) William Crossman; the property remained in the Crossman family until 2002.
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