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OLD HOLLINSIDE

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Fortified manor house probably dating to the late 13th century. The upstanding remains comprise a fortified hall house, whose walls survive to between 6-10 metres in height, and the remains of a north east wing, surviving partly as earthworks and partly as masonry up to 2 metres high. A courtyard, circa 35 metres square, with attached gatehouse, is shown on 18th and 19th century maps to the south east of the hall but the only possible survival of this feature are one or two scarps beyond the southern corner of the hall.

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