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KEELE HALL

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Country house constructed circa 1580, rebuilt 1856-61 to designs by Anthony Salvin with additions of circa 1880 and circa 1950. It is a Jacobean style 3-storey house, L-shaped on plan. The house is built on the site of a house of the Knights Templars which was founded in 1180, passed to the Hospitallers circa 1324 after a period of time in the hands of the Earl of Gloucester. A staff of a reeve and several chaplains continued to be stationed at Keele in the late 14th century.

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