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ALBRIGHT HUSSEY

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Small 16th century manor house, now a hotel and restaurant. The house comprises two sections; one is of two storeys and was built by 1524, the other is of three storey and is dated 1601. The house was altered and rebuilt to the rear in the mid-late 19th century. The original house was timber framed with plaster infill, it was enlarged in red brick with grey sandstone ashlar dressings and attic. The roofs are of plain tile.

The south and east arms of a surrounding moat survive crossed by a stone bridge which may be original.

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