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INGARSBY OLD HALL

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Late 15th century country house incorporating a moated manor house which was granted to Leicester Abbey as a grange in 1352. The house was altered in 1706 and in the 19th to 20th century. Built of ashlar with plinth of coursed rubble stone in part. The roof is of Swithland slate with brick end stacks and of Welsh slate to the rear of the building. The site includes a Medieval moat, a millpond (built 1352), stock enclosures surviving as earthworks and a 17th century bakehouse.


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