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CHENEY LONGVILLE CASTLE

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Farmhouse, originally a fortified manor house. A license to embattle the house was granted to Roger Cheney in 1395. The buildings rise immediately out of a moat, half of which is destroyed, and surround a courtyard. The farmhouse has destroyed the original character of the west side of the courtyard, but the farm buildings retain a number of distinctly medieval features. There are 17th and 19th century modifications.

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