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ASHTON HALL

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Mansion, now used as golf club house, dating to 1856, incorporating the remains of a 14th century tower. Constructed from sandstone with slate roofs, the medieval tower is of a redder stone, of rectangular plan with diagonally set angle towers and with embattled parapet, with additions to north in grey stone on site of wing of circa 1600, now demolished. Earthwork remains of medieval fishponds are also present.

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