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APLEY CASTLE

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Stable block dating to the late 18th century, incorporating the remains of a 14th century manor house, for which a licence to crenellate was granted in 1327. The house was extended and remodelled in the late 16th/early 17th century and converted to stables in 1792-4. The moated 14th century house comprised a central hall flanked by a service wing to the left and a solar wing with chapel to the right. it was captured twice in 1644 during the English Civil war.

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