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WATTLESBOROUGH HALL

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Medieval stone keep with adjoining later 18th century farmhouse and remains of Medieval moated enclosure. The keep was probably built in the late 12th or late 13th century, with 14th to 16th century alterations. Although probably part of a larger complex of buildings, it was apparantly originally free standing, although the remains of a Medieval range are attached to the east and Wattlesborough Hall, built soon after circa 1711, is attached to the south. The Hall may incorporate reused Medieval material or even be a remodelling of an earlier Medieval building. The Hall and Castle were occupied as one dwelling until the late 19th century. Much of the moat has now been infilled and only fragmentary remains survive. Scheduled.

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