Black Beauty spot; On the market for [pounds sterling]495,000, the housewhere Anna Sewell wrote her epic.

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From: The Mail on Sunday (London, England)
Date: 20030629
Author:Knight, Jenny

Byline: JENNY KNIGHT

Looking for a house with a sense of history? Then head for Old Catton in Norfolk and a home that sparked a million tears from children across the world. This five-bedroom house dates from the 17th Century and stands in a village that has been absorbed into a suburb of the cathedral city of Norwich.

It was home to Anna Sewell for 11 years and was the place where she

wrote Black Beauty in 1877. The spirit of the author still lingers, and the view from the bedroom window where she watched horses graze in a meadow across the road is still much the same. ...

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