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FOWBERRY TOWER

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Originally built as a tower house in the 15th century but remodelled in 1666. In 1776 the house became the property of the Blake family who decided to enlarge it. The 17th century building was not demolished but completely embedded in the new work between 1776 and circa 1800. The width of the house was more than doubled, the new part being on the north side, and wings were added at each end. A new front wall was set up immediately in front of the 17th century one, which remains behind it. Ashlar with Welsh slate roof.

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