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BRADLEGH OLD HALL

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Farmhouse with some late 16th century features, encased in brick in the late 18th century. It stands on the site of a mid to late 15th century moated manor house, though only the gatehouse, moat and a fishpond survive. The ruined gatehouse was built circa 1460 and may contain a portcullis slot. It was probably restored in the early 19th century. The buildings stand within the moat which encloses a rectangular island, accessed via a modern causeway across the northern arm. An L-shaped fshpond is visible to the west of the moat.

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