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MOATENDEN PRIORY

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  MOATENDEN FARMHOUSE
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A former farmhouse, possibly incorporating fragment of house of Trinitarian Friars (TQ 84 NW 4) at the left end. Now a house. It dates to the late 15th century or first half of 16th century, with 17-18th century and later alterations. It is externally clad with brick, with a tile-hung first floor and a plain tiled hipped roof. The building may have originally been timber framed. The present garden side of the building is thought to have been the original frontage until the early 19th century. Surviving external medieval features include a stone doorway and window.

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