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WEST BOWER MANOR HOUSE

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  WEST BOWER FARMHOUSE
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Gatehouse originally part of a manor house, most of which has been demolished. The building was constructed during the 15th century, altered during the 17th century, rebuilt in the 19th century and restored in the late 20th century. It is Decorated-Perpendicular in style, rectangular on plan with a wing on the east side and a barn to the rear. Construction is of stone, freestone and render with pantile, slate and tile roofs and brick chimney stacks.

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