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COLD OVERTON HALL

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Built in 1664 by John St John and added to in 1809 and 1828. It was redecorated by Lanchester and Rickards, and by A Blunt in 1914. Most of the additions were demolished in 1950. Built of ironstone and limestone, and roofed with Swithland slate. 3-Storeys with 5 bays.

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