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MANOR FARM

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A farmhouse and former manor house of possible 16th century date, with later alterations in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, and set within the partial remains of a medieval moated site. It is built in coursed rubble limestone with ashlar quoins and dressings, with a slate roof and stone coped gables. It has a H-Plan with one wing omitted, with a south frontage of five bays and two storeys and a garret. The water filled moat survives on the north side of the site, although no details of its dimensions or the presense of medieval material are recorded.

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