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PATTESLEY HOUSE

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  PATTESLEY COTTAGE
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Pattesley House is believed to incorporate the late medieval remains of the Church of St John the Baptist. In the 16th and 17th centuries it was incorporated into a farmhouse which is constructed from brick and flint with some ashlar dressings and black and red pantiled roof, with some slate. The former church forms the main block with a 17th century stair outshut, enveloped by 18th and 19th century rear lean-to additions. There are further 20th century additions to the east and south.

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