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PLAISH HALL

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Country house. Circa 1540 and circa 1580, for Sir William Leighton, incorporating parts of a 15th century house, with 17th century, circa 1889 and early 20th century alterations and additions. Red brick (English bond) with vitrified blue diapering and grey sandstone dressings; sides and rear of coursed grey sandstone rubble; stone slate roof, with gablets at ends of hall range. H-plan with gabled wings. 2 storeys and attic over basement.

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