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CROFT CASTLE

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Country house, probably late 16th century or early 17th century with later additions, built on the remains of a 14th/15th century weak quadrangular castle, which was dismantled by Royalists in 1645. It comprises two storeys with cellars and attics constructed of stone and brick, with a slate roof. It is roughly rectangular in plan with a central courtyard and circular four-stage corner turrets at the angles.

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