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HARROWBY HALL

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A small country house built in 1628 with early 18th century additions and minor alterations in the 19th and 20th century. Built in coursed limestone rubble with ashlar dressing and quoins and a collyweston partially hipped roof. It is on a latin cross plan with two storeys and an attic and partial basement. There is some fine internal 16th century detail including a marble fireplace. A date stone in the interior is inscribed in Lombardic script with "1628' WI AHHBBYARD, WG OF HARBY,AK"

The house is today divided into two dwellings.

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