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PRESTON PATRICK HALL

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  PRESTON HALL
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A house which was probably built in the late 14th century. The upper part of the east wing was remodelled in the 15th or early 16th century. An upper floor was probably inserted in the late 17th century and there were later alterations and additions to the rear. The house has slobbered rubble walls with sandstone quoins and a graduated greenslate roof with a stone ridge and copings. The house is two storeys high and has five bays.

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