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BENINGTON LORDSHIP

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A late 17th century country house situated on the site of Benington Castle. Additions to the house were made in 1835-38 for George Proctor. This included construction of a gatehouse, part of a mock Norman folly constructed by James Pulham I and his brother Obadiah Pulham, see Monument HOB UID 1498992. The west wing was added in 1905 by Arthur Bott. The building is constructed of brick, flint and stone dressings with old red
tile roofs. It is a square three-storey house of double-pile plan.

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