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ABBEY FARMHOUSE

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  CREAKE ABBEY, CREAKE ABBEY FARMHOUSE
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Abbey Farmhouse incorporates the remains of the domestic buildings of Creake Abbey and is built on the south and east sides of the cloister. The building is of ashlar, rubble, flint and brick, with red pantile roofs. It is L-shaped in plan and of two sections; the one to the south is of two storeys and the one to the west of one storey. Both facades are of 19th century appearance but the barrel vaulted wine cellars beneath the house show the presence of an 18th century dwelling.

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