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TYSDALE HOUSE

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An early 16th century Hall house with later alterations. Built of colourwashed render over red brick , the building was originally H shape in plan with an open hall. This was floored in the 17th century and the plan changed in the 18th century. The current concrete tile roof dates to circa 1980. The building consists two storeys and four bays, the two central ones with parapet and outer ones with garrets.

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