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RUGBY SCHOOL

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School House at Rugby school, built by Henry Hakewill between 1809 and 1813. Built in Tudor style of brown brick with stone dressings, the building has an irregular L-plan with an octagonal tower above the entrance arch in the angle. The structure comprises of four floors os studies and study bedrooms, commonly known as cells. An architectural survey was carried out prior to alterations of the arrangement of the cells.

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