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HORSLEY TOWER

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Tower house, probably of 16th century date, extended to the north in the mid 17th century and restored circa 1930. The stone-built house is L-shaped in plan, with slate roofs. After 1763, the top floor of the tower was converted into a Roman Catholic chapel, which remained in use until 1841.

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