House belonging to Alfred Loewenstein goes on the market for £1m 

A sprawling mansion once owned by a 1920’s tycoon who suffered a mysterious death when he plunged from his own aircraft and drowned, has gone on the market for £1million. 

The Pinfold, situated in the civil parish of Thorpe Satchville in Leicestershire, was the family seat of the financier Alfred Loewenstein, dubbed the ‘Belgian Robert…

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