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UBARROW HALL

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  YEWBARROW HALL
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Tower house, probably medieval, and attached 17th century farmhouse with later alterations. The tower has rubble walls formed of boulders, crowstepped gable and stone lintels and cills. It is two storeys high, though was previously higher. The entrance is at first floor level via external stone stair. The house is of roughcast render with a slate drip and a graduated slate roof.

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