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NORTH LEES HALL

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Tower house, built in the late 16th century though possibly with an earlier core. Remodelled in the 19th century and restored in 1965. The three storey tower house has a taller stair tower to the north east corner. Built of gritstone rubble with slate and asphalt roofs.A range of 17th, 18th and 19th century farm buildings are associated with the Hall. During a measured survey of the North Lees Estate many features including prehistoric field systems, a Roman settlement, medieval ridge and furrow and a post medieval garden and mills etc were investigated.

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