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BENNINGHOLME HALL

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House built in 1820-1830 with later additions and alterations including a late 20th century range to the left of no special interest. Built of gualt brick with orange brick and ashlar dressings, the roof is of Welsh slate. The building has a double range plan, the main block is of two-storeys with five bays, there is a recessed two-storey single-bay range to the left and a further two bay 20th century range. The garden front has an ornate cast-iron verandah.

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