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ELTRINGHAM HOUSE

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Eltringham House originated as a 16th century bastle, altered in the late 17th or early 18th centuries. Further alterations were made in the 1880s. The walls are 4.5 feet thick. The west-facing gable is constructed of rough, irregular stones, but the outline of two blocked doors, one above the other, is clearly visible. The east gable is similarly constructed and contains three outlines of small windows.

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