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INGMIRE HALL

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The remains of a 16th century house, possibly incorporating parts of an earlier building, with a pele tower. The mansion was enlarged in the early 19th century and extended again circa 1900. It was partially destroyed by fire in the 1920s and extended again and partially remodelled in 1989. The pre-19th century plan consisted of a central hall range flanked by a pele tower and a cross wing. The hall has since been demolished and replaced by a castellated curtain wall.

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