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Edes House
    Edes House, in West Street, was built in 1696 for John Edes. It was the first important house in Chichester, built in red brick and Portland stone, and is a magnificent example of the Stuart period. It is now used for concerts, exhibitions, meetings and weddings.   © Photo: Ian Burt
taken 23 Apr 2011
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