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SHIRBURN CASTLE

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Castle constructed circa 1378 on the site of a moated grange, altered in 1720 and the early 19th century. It is constructed of red brick which is partly rendered, dressed chalk and limestone, and is of three storeys, in a quandrangular plan with rounded corner towers. It was originally of Early Perpendicular style, remodelled in Georgian style and early 19th century Gothick style.

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