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CORBY CASTLE

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Tower house built in the 13th century, now encased in later buildings. The building was extended circa 1630 and circa 1690 and the present facade was built between April 1812 and September 1817, by Peter Nicholson for Henry Howard. It is constructed in neo-classical style in red sandstone ashlar, with slate roofs. It has three-storeys, with five bays to the south front, which has tetrastyle Greek Doric porch, flanked by an arcaded loggia.

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