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HUTTON COURT

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A building incorporating considerable remains of a late 15th century manor house with tower-porch and hall. It is built of rubble and ashlar dressing, with a slate and tile roof. It was altered in the 18th and 19th centuries. It was restored and converted to a hotel and restaurant in the 20th century. The east wing is in use as a farmhouse for Court Farm.

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