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SHARPHAM PARK FARMHOUSE

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A monastic dwelling, later converted to a country house, then a farmhouse and now divided into two dwellings. It probably dates to the 15th century, with 16th, 18th and 19th century alterations. The building is of rubble construction, with roughcast to the entrance elavation and slate and...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Remains of a pele tower, built pre-1541, altered in 1602, raised in the 18th century and restored in 1904. The stone-built structure survives as a roofless building with a barrel vaulted ground floor. A turf-covered circular structure attached to its south west side is probably a contempor...

LEADEN RODING HALL

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Manor house of circa 1400 and adjacent at one corner is an early C16th house forming a `unit system group. Altered in the C16th, C19th and C20th. Now occupied as three tenements. Adjacent to the East is a moat, water-filled in the North-West and South-West corners, but generally dried up a...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Medieval moated farmstead surviving as an earthwork, including the site of a pele tower documented in 1541.

WORKINGTON HALL

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Tower probably erected in 1362 and greatly enlarged in the 15th century, probably circa 1404, to become a fortified tower house. New windows were inserted in the early 16th century and in the late 16th century the north range was extended. There were some

CHARLWOOD PLACE

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A timber framed house of the 15th or 16th century on a moated site. Only the parlour wing of the original house survives. The house was rebuilt in the late 17th century with 2 projecting wings. An extension was added to the south east in the 19th century. The building is 2 storeyed with a...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

A post medieval farmhouse which incorporates part of the late medieval gatehouse of the Palace of the Archbishops of Canterbury. Most of the Palace was demolished in 1658. The existing building incorporates a wing of 15th century date but was refronted in red brick during the 18th century....

WARK CASTLE

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Remains of a motte and bailey castle at Moat Hill, dating to 1165, built on the site of a moot. A manor house was later built on the site but only a doorway now survives, incorporated into a small outbuilding and inscribed with the date 1676. A pele tower

APPLEBY CASTLE

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Royal castle. Originally a motte and bailey castle, replaced by a stone keep circa 1170 (see NY61NE23). A house (see NY61NE25) was built within the grounds of the bailey probably in the 14th century which incorporated a 13th century round tower and other

RYE HOUSE

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Site of a 15th century fortified manor house. The gatehouse, moat, two stretches of walling and two chimneys survive. The house was built circa 1443 and in 1683 was the scene of the Rye House Plot to murder Charles II. It had been converted for use as the parish workhouse by 1834. Circa 18...