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HERRINGSTON HOUSE

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14th century and later manor house. Site of manorial chapel. A licence to crenallate was granted in 1336, and the main structure of the present house probably dates to that period. The house was built around a courtyard, although the north range and the north parts of the east and west ranges were taken down in the 19th century, including the chapel, the rest being remodelled.

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