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STONELEIGH ABBEY

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Cistercian Abbey founded in 1155 and dissolved in 1535. Parts of the abbey have been incorporated into the present house, including several 12th century doorways and portions of the walls. An early 14th century undercroft (probably to the dormitory) survives at the south end of the east wing. The northern wing and east wing also incorporate the south transept and south aisle of the monastic buildings. Other remains probably remain as buried foundations. (See SP37SW52 for further details of the later buildings at Stoneleigh Abbey House)

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