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ORLETON HALL

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Moated house constructed in 1588 replaced in the late 18th century by the present building, which was refronted circa 1830. It is a three storey brick and stucco house with a hipped slate roof. Eighteeth and 19th century kitchen and service wings are present to the north. The northeast arm of the moat and the gatehouse of the original building survive. The gatehouse is a brick and timber-framed, two storey building, restored in 1766. The bridge comprising two arches which span the moat also survivies.

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