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EXTWISTLE HALL

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A 16th and 17th century gentry hall-house, now farmhouse, partly destroyed and remodelled in the late 19th century. It is constructed from coursed squared sandstone and coursed sandstone rubble, with quoins, stone slate roofs on various levels, some with gable copings and ball finials. The house is of an irregular plan of uncertain development, with ranges on three sides of a small courtyard, the 4th side enclosed by a high wall..

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