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HOLYWELL HALL

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Country house built of ashlar and coursed limestone rubble with hipped, ridged slate roofs with raised stone coped gables, and many ridge and wall ashlar stacks. The seat of Reynardson family built in the 17th century, the house was altered and extended in 1732 for Samuel Reynardson. Further alterations were carried out in 1760, between 1800 and 1829 and between 1990-5.

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