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BORWICK HALL

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House, mainly of late 16th century date, incorporating a 14th century pele tower. The main front dates from 1595, with the four storey tower to the right. The three storey wing to the right of the tower may be earlier than 1595. Built of rubble with slate roofs. The gatehouse is dated 1650 and is also rubble-built, with a stone roof. The two storey stables are probably mid 17th century in date, with a reset date stone inscribed 1590. The ground floor is now used as workshops.

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