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CIDER HOUSE

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The medieval remains of Buckland Abbey which have now been incorporated into an extensively modernised dwelling known as the Cider House. The house stands some 20 metres north of the existing wall of the cloister and retains some medieval features in its southern end. The position of this building suggests that it probably incorporates the northern end of the refectory. Listed Grade II.

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