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MANOR HOUSE

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Country house built in the 16th century incorporating the refectory and undercroft of Brinkburn Priory (NZ 19 NW 1). Remodelled in 1810 when the stables were built and altered between 1830-7. The house is an L-shaped plan built of stone with a welsh slate roof. In the grounds is a late 18th or early 19th century grotto. The house is listed grade II*, the stables, grottto, wall and gate piers are listed grade II. It is in guardianship and in 1992 it was in the process of restoration with the intention of being opened to the public. Within the scheduled area of the priory but excluded from the scheduling.

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