Aikwood Tower

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Sleeps: 10 Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 6
Oliver Approved


Wedding Venue Recommended Chateaux & Castles Quirky
Heritage Collection
Ideal for Kids Pets Welcome Walk to Village All Bedrooms En-Suite Ideal for Parties Stag/Hen Allowed

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Aikwood Tower is different than most castles and country houses in Scotland. Its charm lies in its intimacy. Entering via the walled garden and west door, guests will see Aikwood Tower’s endearing quirks of architecture and craftsmanship, as the Kerry-handed (left turning) spiral staircase lies before them. 

The Great Hall, with a roaring fire and luxurious furnishings, provides a comfortable and informal atmosphere for guests to relax. Meal time conversations swirl around the vaulted ceiling of the dining room and kitchen. A small reading study with panelled ceiling offers tranquillity and a peaceful space to read.

A good night's rest is important, so all Aikwood Tower bedrooms have Duxiana beds, the most technologically advanced sleep system in the world.  There are four double bedrooms in the main tower, with the Master Bedroom as the highlight, and a fifth in the extending byre.

The lower floor of the open-plan byre provides ample function space for small wedding receptions, business meetings, celebratory dinners and other activities.  The upper floor is where modern-day conveniences can be found: TV, DVD player, and business facilities with relaxing lounge seating. Complimentary internet access is available throughout Aikwood Tower.

The southwest facing walled garden is a true delight. Whether soaking up the sun on the terrace, playing croquet on the lawn or picking apples from the orchards trees, the garden is a magical place to enjoy. It is also a secure environment for little ones to experience camping out under the stars.

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What you should know…

  • Those with limited mobility should be aware that there are 62 steps to the top floor bedroom

Property Features

Wi-Fi/Internet BBQ All Bedrooms En-Suite Satellite TV Games Room Indoor Games Outdoor Games DVD Working Fireplace Heating Conference Facilities

Ground Floor
- Entrance hall with vaulted ceilings and original doors
- Hall with table tennis table and doors to garden
- Fully-equipped kitchen with AGA, microwave, two fridges and Nespresso machine
- Dining area with dining facilities for 10
- Spear room with a single bed
- Cloakroom

First Floor (accessed via spiral staircase)
- Gallery living room with fire place
- Living area with sofas and TV
- Reception room with laptop
- Bedroom with double bed and en-suite bathroom with shower

Second Floor (accessed via separate staircase)
- Bathroom with bathtub
- Bedroom with double bed and fire place

Third Floor (accessed via separate staircase)
- Small tea area with all facilites
- Shower room
- Bedroom with double bed and en-suite bathroom with shower
- Bedroom with double bed and en-suite bathroom with shower

Top Floor (accessed via separate staircase)
- Bedroom with double bed and en-suite bathroom with bathtub

Exterior Grounds
- Enclosed southwest facing walled garden
- Terrace
- Dining facilities
- Croquet lawn
- Orchard
- Portable barbecue

Additional Facilities
- Wi-Fi connection
- TV & DVD
- Ping pong table
- Selection of books
- Towels, bathrobes & slippers are provided for each guest
- Hairdryer in each bedroom
- Travel cot & highchair available on request basis at time of booking
- Plenty of parking

*Please ensure that you request whether you would like the bedrooms set up as twins or super-king doubles at time of booking to ensure that they are set up correctly for your arrival.

*Two additional single beds with full linen are available for an additional charge of £55 per bed, per night raising capacity to 12. Please request at time of booking.


About the surrounding area of Aikwood Tower
Walk to Village Walk to Restaurant Rural Location Walking/Hiking Paths Golf Nearby Stalking/Hunting Fishing Outstanding Landscapes Outdoor Pursuit & Activities Tourist Towns & Villages
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Aikwood Tower is located 40 miles south of Edinburgh in the heart of the Ettrick Forest and offers some of the finest shooting and fishing in Scotland, among many other leisure activities.

Aikwood Tower is truly blessed by its location. With Shooting Times regularly listing the neighbouring Bowhill Estate pheasant shoot as one of the country’s Top 10, and the River Tweed with its legendary salmon fishing flowing nearby, country sports enthusiasts will be in their element.

The rolling hills and woodland trails of the Ettrick and Yarrow valleys are perfect for walking, mountain biking or horse riding, and their rivers are ideal for kayaking. Maps and suggested trails are available to help guests navigate around the countryside, as are local guides who can point out the rich diversity of flora, fauna and wildlife, including the majestic ospreys that have recently returned to the region.

Just 30 minutes away is the mountain biking Mecca of Glentress Forest, the UK's leading mountain biking centre with its wide variety of trails and challenging downhill runs.

The fantastic championship golf courses of Roxburghe, a woodland course, and Cardrona, a woodland/parkland course, are both nearby. Tennis courts are just a 5 minute drive away as well.

If guests want a personal yoga session or soothing massage to ease away the day's exertions, local practitioners are available to come to Aikwood Tower and can be arranged if required.

Rich and varied in its history and culture, the Scottish borders have much to explore, from Melrose Abbey to Samye Ling Bhuddist temple and the local towns' summer common festivities, from riding to rugby tournaments. With Edinburgh just an hour drive away, a large array of city delights is within easy striking distance.

Local Amenities
Nearest Airport Edinburgh

(36-40 km)

Nearest Ferry Port Leith

(51-60 km)

Nearest Village Ettrickbridge

(3 km)

Nearest Town/City Selkirk

(5 km)

Nearest Restaurant Selkirk

(5 km)

Nearest Bar/Pub Ettrickbridge

(3 km)

Nearest Beach Scremerston

(71-80 km)

Nearest Golf Selkirk

(5 km)


Ah, bonnie Scotland! A wild and beautiful part of the world, where you can explore the rugged highlands or enjoy the colour and vibrancy of cultural capitals like Edinburgh and Glasgow.

But how do you know you’re getting the very best out of your trip? That’s where we come in. If you’ve had a browse through our range of luxury cottages and castles in Scotland, you’ll know there’s some great places to stay, but to find all the great things to do, see and eat you’ll need our handy Scotland travel guide  – so read on and enjoy! 

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Best Suited For: All Ages
Ideal for Kids Ideal for Teens

The Historic tower offer the ideal setting for Children of all ages to truly engages in history. There is so much to explore from romantic abbey ruins and superb stately homes.  Edinburgh is also just over an hour’s drive away providing array of delights to uncover.

The surrounding area with some of the finest walking, cycling, shooting, fishing and horse-riding in Scotland, among many other leisure activities. Outdoors enthusiast will be kept very busy, so no matter your age or adventure criteria or whether it’s by foot, pedal or horseback you’ll have plenty to do during your magical stay.

On site you can take advatage of the board games, Croquet and lots of other garden games (giant dominoes etc), giant jenga and garden wendy house. There is aslo a few nearby adverture playgrounds and parks.

Baby and Toddler Equipment

  • Cot(s)
  • High Chair(s)

Kids Activities Close-by

  • Walk to Village
  • Walk to Restaurant
  • Fishing
  • Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
  • Tourist Towns & Villages

Onsite Facilities

  • Board games
  • Tennis rackets
  • Games Room
  • Indoor Games
  • Outdoor Games
  • DVD

Services Available

  • Chef/Cook Available
  • Maid Service Available
  • Babysitting Available


Oliver's Extras

  • Chef/Cook Available
  • Maid Service Available
  • Babysitting Available
  • Welcome Hamper Included - with local ground coffee, jam, biscuits, a Selkirk bannock (our local cake delicacy), crisps and milk

The house can recommend local caterers who are available to make the most sumptuous dinner:
- Full Scottish Breakfast £20 pp.
- Lunch from £25 pp.
- Dinner from £55 pp.

At Oliver’s Travels we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. From private chefs to babysitters we can help you arrange those little extras that make it a truly memorable holiday. Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team who will be happy to help. We can typically help you arrange any of the following:

- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Private chef/cook/catering
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off
- Babysitting/childcare services

Please note that all extras are subject to availability and must be requested in advance of the holiday (prices on request). Due to some rural/remote locations, not all services will be available at all properties. However, we will always do our best to fulfil your requests!

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Event information

Steeped in history and romance, Aikwood Tower makes the perfect choice for couples looking for a unique venue for their special day. The picturesque grounds really possess the wow factor and make a truly special setting for the photographs you will treasure forever.

Wedding Reception

A reception with up to 60 people can be hosted in the barn, a great space for events or smaller groups up to 20 people could have a reception in a hall in the tower. Dancing could continue in the main hall with up to 60 people or in the barn for up to 75 with music playing until midnight.
Wedding Ceremony
A ceremony in the Great Hall could host small groups up to 10 people or in a different hall in the tower for up to 60 people. The property is fully-licenced to hold legal marriages.

Where to Stay
Up to 10 guests can sleep at the property. Remaining guests would be able to find accommodation within a short distance of the house amongst a nearby a selection of hotels, self-catered houses and B&Bs. The property owners can supply details of local transportation firms.

Wedding Planning
Wedding planning is provided by the venue and is part of the event rental fee. The venue has a lot of recommended suppliers and can help build and style all the elements of the event day.

Aikwood Tower have a range of caterers to suggest to clients. Corkage fees apply if clients want to bring their own drinks. Venue bar packages available also.

Other information
Friday to Monday bookings or minimum 2 nights mid-week.
The event fee varies depending on guest numbers

Please note that any event rental may be subject to additional charges, venue hire fees and to a higher security deposit, which will be in addition to any published rental rates and fees.

All events are on request only and subject to prior agreement from the owner, who reserves the right to refuse all events without their prior authorisation.

Terms & Conditions

These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.

Security deposit £500 due prior to arrival and to be refunded in full subject to a damage inspection on departure
Arrival time 4pm
Departure time 10am
Energy costs included? Yes, included in rental price
Linen & towels included? Yes, included in rental price
End of stay cleaning included? Yes, included in the rental price
Changeover day Any except Saturday & Sunday
Minimum stay Please note that there is a 2-night minimum stay, this may be increased at peak times
Pets welcome? Two well behaved dogs are allowed on a request basis for an additional charge of £20 per dog, per stay.
Smoking Allowed? No smoking
Insurance It is recommended that all guests take out insurance to cover against potential cancellation and any accidental damage caused during your stay at the property.
Other Ts and Cs Two additional single beds with full linen are available for an additional charge of £55 per bed, per night. Please request at time of booking.

Rental Rates

Prices based on an occupancy of 10 people:

Rental period 2 Nights 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Oct 16th 2021 - Nov 5th 2021 - £2,704 £2,835 £2,967 £3,098
Nov 5th 2021 - Dec 20th 2021 £1,733 £1,943 £2,153 £2,258 £2,258
Dec 20th 2021 - Dec 27th 2021 - - - - £6,930
Dec 27th 2021 - Jan 7th 2022 - - £5,565 £6,258 £6,930
Jan 7th 2022 - Mar 25th 2022 £1,733 £1,943 £2,153 £2,258 £2,258
Mar 25th 2022 - Jun 24th 2022 - £2,704 £2,835 £2,967 £3,098
Jun 24th 2022 - Sep 2nd 2022 - £3,129 £3,374 £3,620 £3,623
Sep 2nd 2022 - Nov 4th 2022 - £2,704 £2,835 £2,967 £3,098
Nov 4th 2022 - Dec 19th 2022 £1,733 £1,943 £2,153 £2,258 £2,258
Dec 19th 2022 - Dec 26th 2022 - - - - £6,930
Dec 26th 2022 - Apr 19th 2023 - - £5,565 £6,258 £6,930

Prices based on an occupancy of 10 people:

Rental period 2 Nights 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Oct 16th 2021 - Nov 5th 2021 - €3,009 €3,140 €3,271 €3,447
Nov 5th 2021 - Dec 20th 2021 €1,928 €2,138 €2,348 €2,512 €2,512
Dec 20th 2021 - Dec 27th 2021 - - - - €7,711
Dec 27th 2021 - Jan 7th 2022 - - €6,192 €6,885 €7,711
Jan 7th 2022 - Mar 25th 2022 €1,928 €2,138 €2,348 €2,512 €2,512
Mar 25th 2022 - Jun 24th 2022 - €3,009 €3,140 €3,271 €3,447
Jun 24th 2022 - Sep 2nd 2022 - €3,481 €3,727 €3,972 €4,031
Sep 2nd 2022 - Nov 4th 2022 - €3,009 €3,140 €3,271 €3,447
Nov 4th 2022 - Dec 19th 2022 €1,928 €2,138 €2,348 €2,512 €2,512
Dec 19th 2022 - Dec 26th 2022 - - - - €7,711
Dec 26th 2022 - Apr 19th 2023 - - €6,192 €6,885 €7,711

Prices based on an occupancy of 10 people:

Rental period 2 Nights 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Oct 16th 2021 - Nov 5th 2021 - $3,490 $3,621 $3,752 $3,998
Nov 5th 2021 - Dec 20th 2021 $2,236 $2,446 $2,656 $2,866 $2,914
Dec 20th 2021 - Dec 27th 2021 - - - - $8,944
Dec 27th 2021 - Jan 7th 2022 - - $7,183 $7,876 $8,944
Jan 7th 2022 - Mar 25th 2022 $2,236 $2,446 $2,656 $2,866 $2,914
Mar 25th 2022 - Jun 24th 2022 - $3,490 $3,621 $3,752 $3,998
Jun 24th 2022 - Sep 2nd 2022 - $4,038 $4,284 $4,529 $4,676
Sep 2nd 2022 - Nov 4th 2022 - $3,490 $3,621 $3,752 $3,998
Nov 4th 2022 - Dec 19th 2022 $2,236 $2,446 $2,656 $2,866 $2,914
Dec 19th 2022 - Dec 26th 2022 - - - - $8,944
Dec 26th 2022 - Apr 19th 2023 - - $7,183 $7,876 $8,944

Please note that these prices/rates are a guide only and may not be correct at the current date. For an accurate quote, please enquire.

Owner Profile

Property Owner

How long have you owned the property?
4 years.

What was it about the property that you first fell in love with?
We bought Aikwood Tower from Rory's parents, David and Judy, who undertook the original restoration. It was important to us that it stayed in the family, so that we and many more people could enjoy its peace, tranquility and perfect space for having fun!

Are there any interesting stories in its history?
Lots! Aikwood Tower is steeped in history - it even features in one of Sir Walter Scott's novels.

Have you ever had any famous guests staying?
Lord David Steel undertook the original restoration and lived at Aikwood Tower for twenty years. During this time he played host to many UK and international statesmen and politicians.

For anyone coming to stay is there anything in the surrounding area they should...
Really do?

If you can tear yourself away from the fire, then there's clay-pigeon shooting, riding, amazing walks and fishing all our doorstep.

Really eat?
At The Cross Keys in Ancrum.

Really see?
The Selkirk Common Riding in June.

Lastly, what insider tip would you pass on about the property or the area?
Mind your head! People were evidently much shorter in the 16th century when Aikwood Tower was built so some of the doorways are quite low.


The first mention of Aikwood comes in the Lord Treasurer of Scotland’s accounts of 1455, when it was one of the royal forest steadings of Ettrick Forest leased from King James III to Lord Home.

In 1517, the grounds of Aikwood were granted to the Scott family during the reign of King James V, and it has been owned within the Scott clan since. During the early seventeenth century ownership passed to the Scotts of Harden, a major Border family, whose head became ‘Baron of Harden and Oakwood’ (the name was then anglicised from Aikwood to Oakwood). They remained in possession of Aikwood for over 300 years.

The Harden Scotts continued to own Aikwood up until just after the Second World War. In the early part of that time, it was usually occupied by the heir of the family, who took an active part in local Selkirk civic affairs. However from the mid eighteenth century, the tower was abandoned as a home and the farm was let out.


There are many fantastic stories and legends about Aikwood Tower. One of them features the seventeenth century owner, Sir William Scott of Harden who, along with his father, was a renowned ‘Border Reiver’.  On a raid to Elibank Castle by the Tweed, he was captured and given the choice between being hanged or marrying the Laird of Elibank’s daughter, ‘Muckle Mou’d Meg’ (big mouthed Meg).

Sir Walter Scott was a descendant of this union, and Aikwood Tower certainly fired his imagination with it appearing in his first great epic poem 'The Lay of the Last Minstrel'.

However, his contemporary, James Hogg, ‘The Ettrick Shepherd’, made even more use of Aikwood in his writings, including a legend about Michael Scott, the Border Wizard.

There is also a later story that associates the Laird of Aikwood with Bonnie Prince Charlie’s Jacobite rebellion and relates his escape from Government forces after the Battle of Culloden.


For the majority of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries the tower itself served as a building for agricultural storage. The tenant farmer, who did a lot to keep the tower in a decent state of repair, tried living in it, but just one winter proved too much for him. It then remained uninhabited for 100 years.

In the late 1940s Lord Polwarth, head of the Harden Scotts, parted with the farm to their kinsman, the eighth Duke of Buccleuch.

Then in 1988, the ninth Duke of Buccleuch made possible the realisation of the dream of David Steel (now Lord Steel of Aikwood) the long-serving MP for the Borders, which was to restore the tower as a home. Sir David - who, with his Scott blood, continues a long clan tradition with Aikwood - and his wife, Judy, restored it using local Selkirk craftsman and moved in with their younger son, Rory, in 1992.

The restoration of Aikwood has won no less than five architectural awards, including the prestigious Europa Nostra. For nearly twenty years it has been a hub for artistic creativity and a meeting place for national and international politicians.

It is now under the ownership of The Honourable Rory David Scott Steel and his wife Vicki, who have refurbished the property, upgrading its facilities. Their wish is that many more people enjoy its magical charms in the years to come.

Local History

The Scottish Borders has some of the richest and most dramatic history in the whole of Scotland. During the late Middle Ages, Scotland and England were frequently at war, with the Borders bearing the brunt between the two countries. Cattle rustling, feuding, murder, fire-raising and pillaging were all common occurrences and the families of the area lived in a state of semi-lawlessness. They were rugged, tough people who became know as the 'Border Reivers' and today their descendants can be found all over the world.

The legacy of the Reivers lives strong throughout the Scottish Borders. From the fortified Peel towers, such as Aikwood Tower, that were built for defence as well as homes, through to the annual Common Ridings (a celebration of the riding of the marches, when the townsfolk would ride around the boundaries of their borough's common lands to protect them from any encroachments).

Ancestral tourism

With over 50 million people across the world able to lay claim to Scottish ancestry, more and more people are becoming interested in researching their family roots and setting out on a visit to Scotland to explore their ancestry further.

We have links with some of the leading genealogists and tour guides in the Scottish Borders who can support you with research into your family history. And we really love to hear from families whose descendants were previous occupiers of Aikwood Tower!



  • Excellent stay!

    Posted by Nigel on 08/11/2018

    Stayed at Aikwood Tower for a couple of days to celebrate a birthday with friends. Forget any idea of cold, damp or threadbare! This is a beautifully restored, high spec, luxuriously warm, spacious, delightful escape in the "wilderness" of the Scottish borders. Plenty to do in the surrounding area - walks, houses and gardens to visit, eatieries, or simply chilling out. Plus an interesting history, both from the days of the border raiding parties and more recently as the life long down time project of Sir David Steele and his family. Thoroughly recommend it!

  • Our dream came true...

    Posted by Robin on 22/08/2018

    Our group had been planning a castle stay in the UK for around 10 years, and Aikwood did not in any way disappoint. This place is more amazing than any picture can describe, and Vicki and her family have done an beautiful job on it. We recommend lawn Jenga to anyone visiting the castle.
    We spent most of our time in the great hall, as it was so warm and inviting, and our family is always cooking something or other. The lounge areas are large and comfortable, rooms were clean and luxurious, and the bath tubs were the best bath tubs I have ever bathed within.
    If you want to pretend you live in a fairy tale, Aikwood tower is the place to make believe.

  • Amazing location for a wedding!

    Posted by Scott on 14/08/2018

    We got married here a couple of weeks ago. Aikwood Tower is a beautiful and unique locational to get married. Not only that - Vicki was so wonderful to work with and she worked so hard to make sure we were able to get what we wanted and for our wedding day to run smoothly. I had a stress-free wedding day as a result and an enjoyable stay at Aikwood. We had one of the best weekends of our lives and our friends kept saying to us how it was one of the best weddings they had ever been to. We were able to have a wedding that was bespoke and so personal and Aikwood will always be special to us. We can't thank Vicki enough and hope we can stay again!

  • No words can describe this...

    Posted by Dave on 27/04/2018

    No words can describe this.... but I will try.
    Aikwood Tower, is the most amazing place I have ever stayed. I have always wanted to stay in a Scottish Castle with my family and with my 60th birthday to celebrate with my twin sister, I started searching. We were there for 3 nights and lived like landed gentry. We were in awe of this wonderful property, the history and the location. Vicki, who owns the tower, was so helpful and an absolute pleasure to deal with. All ten of my family didn't want to leave. If it wasn't for the pressure of returning to work, Vicki would have had to drag us out by our feet as we held on to the door frames! Beautifully and tastefully restored, with sympathetic contemporary touches, it is no wonder they have received architectural awards for the restoration. I can only say, you must visit - then you will appreciate what I can't out down in words. My father now wants to return for his 80th birthday - we will be back. And hopefully for a longer stay. It was an honour to experience Aikwood Tower.

  • Breathtaking

    Posted by Ken on 17/04/2018

    Aikwood Tower in the glorious border region is an absolute gem of a place for a family gathering. It is a historic and impressive building by anyone's standards, but also wonderfully well equipped, with every comfort for visitors. It’s also, as you can imagine, a very robust setting for families. You are not walking on eggshells or over worried about the décor or arriving back from walks with muddy wellies etc. so ideal for our big group, plus the two dogs. The gardens are lovely as is all of the surrounding countryside. Cycling opportunities are many and varied from the front door - the borders really are one of the best areas of GB for cycling both on and off road. Little traffic and courteous drivers - the local people were very friendly and Selkirk has some excellent shops and sufficient supermarkets. An excellent butcher too. We went to a concert at Haining House Selkirk and it was obviously set up and organised by a local group who are helping with the hall and grounds - again, really nice people taking a pride in their community. The train from Tweed Bank to Edinburgh was well used by some of our guests and what good value it is on a lovely stretch of line. Edinburgh is less than an hour away and its far easier and cheaper than driving for a day return. There are lots of other attractions in the area but we had a lot of fun just staying in and around our stronghold! Everything was really well prepared and Tina was most welcoming on arrival. Vicki was so helpful also and we felt as if they wanted us to have a nice time and weren't listing rules and regulations. We had lovely flowers and Easter eggs and chocolates all round. Plus, some fantastic local bacon and sausage. We really enjoyed our stay despite the weather but then again, the hills looked lovely in the snow!

  • Marvellous

    Posted by Jill on 20/03/2018

    Beautiful castle stay, surprisingly affordable yet still felt wonderfully decadent. Would highly recommend Oliver's Travels and will be booking again.

  • Absolutely perfect!

    Posted by Claudia on 05/07/2017

    I'm not typically given to hyperbole, but I am having a hard time finding words that do justice to Aikwood Tower. It is simply gorgeous. The tower has been lovingly restored in a way that blends the charm of its history with the comforts of five star luxury accommodation. The gardens are beautiful, the views spectacular -- many times I stopped on my way to fetching a jacket or a book from one of the rooms to gaze out the window at a stunning vista and was so mesmerized that I completely forgot what I had originally been after. Owner Vicki is lovely and supremely helpful, and my energetic family -- three teenagers, and eight year old, my husband and myself -- felt welcome and very much at home. My young son had the adventure of his life exploring the many interesting nooks and corners of the tower and the delights of the gardens, including a play house in the orchard. Our stay was all too short, we were there a mere three nights but we filled the days hiking the hilly trails at Bowhill House and exploring the nearby villages. We are all in agreement that we cannot wait to return for a longer stay! Thank you, Vicki and family, for sharing this gem of a home with us and others.

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