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SCORBOROUGH HALL

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Medieval and post medieval moated enclosure survives as earthworks and is occupied by an early/mid 18th century house. This house stands on the site of an earlier manor house which was fortified during the Civil War but later demolished. The present house was extended in the late 18th century and is brick-built with slate and pantile roofs. There is also a late 18th century brick bridge over the moat. Two adjacent fishponds also survive as earthworks. Scheduled.

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