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GODLINGSTON MANOR

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An important medieval house dating to about 1300, originally comprising an open hall, cross passage, service wing, tower and parlour/solar block. The tower is probably defensive in origin and may predate the rest of the house. The open hall was floored over in the 17th century, the kitchen wing was added in the in the mid 18th century and the solar block was rebuilt after a fire in the 19th century. Hutchins noted a chapel there but there is no trace of it.

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