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Ingress Abbey

Ingress Abbey was a Neo-gothic Jacobean-style country house in the hamlet of Greenhithe, Kent, England. It was built on the Ingress Estate, owned by the Viscount Duncannon in the 18th century and after having been passed on among many owners the buildings were demolished in 1820
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