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BOLTON PERCY GATEHOUSE

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A 15th century gatehouse with later alterations, including those to the roof structure, and restorations, including those of the late 20th century. The gatehouse is timber-framed with rendered infill, rubble and hammer-dressed magnesian limestone plinth and a pantile roof with the lower three courses of stone slates. It is of two storeys and three bays including a central carriage arch. The first floor is jettied to the end and sides with carved dragon posts with brattishing and carved grotesques The gable end is also jettied.

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