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HAYTON CASTLE

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A 16th/17th century house, incorporating a 14th or 15th century tower. It is built of large blocks of dressed red sandstone, with a stone parapet, on a chamfered plinth and has a graduated greenslate roof with sandstone chimney stacks. The house is two storeys high with an attic and has eight bays of double span. The core of the tower is to the rear and has flanking 16th century extensions in an L-shape. The angle of the L was infilled in the 17th century to form a large rectangular building.

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