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WARNELL HALL

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A fortified house which is now a farmhouse. It was built in the early or mid 16th century incorporating part of a 14th century pele tower. In the late 16th century, a fortified courtyard with gatehouse was built on the south side of the range. Alterations dated 1683. It is built from large blocks of mixed calciferous and pink sandstone and has a graduated greenslate roof with stone chimney stacks. It is two storeys high with five bays.

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