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DRAWDYKES CASTLE

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Farmhouse, formerly a tower house, probably 14th century; converted to a house in 1676 by William Thackeray for John Aglionby. Of three storeys and three bays, basically the original tower with a Classical Revival facade and rear windows. Rear wall has a built-in Roman tombstone. Interior now used for storage. One of the earliest Classical Revivial facades in the area.

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