Stonebluff

A house built on the highest hill in the village of Durrow. It shares the hill with Overhill, the Ravenhold estate, and Pinecrest.

The house is named for the sheer stone bluffs made of blue weald clay on which the house sits. It was the original inspiration behind the naming of the Stonebluff Historical Society. When a fire damaged Stonebluff, the museum's curator, Nallo the Younger, moved the collection to a larger building down the hill. Stonebluff was rebuilt, and is now inhabited by the Swan-knight Sir Carmanadh and his manservant, Maludir.

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