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BROADWAY TOWER

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This folly was built in 1794 for Lady Coventry as a mock castle. It served as a country retreat for the deigner William Morris. Gothic style, Limestone ashlar. Has three round corner turrets linked by two-bay canted sides. Four storeys, with battered lower storey. Embattled parapets: the turrets rise above the side walls.

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