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HOWGILL CASTLE.

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Fortified house, built on a H-plan with two pele towers flanking a central hall. The building dates from the last quarter of the 14th century, with additions of the 17th century and a Georgian frontage added circa 1733. The walls are faced with sandstone blocks with additions to the rear of coursed, squared rubble. The front and the south side are pebble-dashed. There are graduated slate roofs with stone chimneys.

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