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MONUMENT NO. 25506

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Tower house, probably built circa 1520. The building was altered in the 17th century and refenestrated circa 1790. In the 18th century, it was divided into two dwellings by the construction of a brick partition wall. L-shaped in plan and stone-built, with a stone flag roof. Used as a farmhouse during the 19th century. Possibly stands on the site of a pre-1241 manor house.

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