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BRIMSTAGE HALL

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Hall and tower; tower built circa 1398. Formerly thought to be a tower house, it is in fact a staircase and latrine turret attached to an unfortified house. Possibly a tower house, with later, possibly 16th century, extensions and a 19th century north wing. The original hall range, to the south west of the tower, has been demolished. The ground floor room of the tower is believed to have been a chapel.

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