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GOLDEN PARSONAGE

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A country house built in the 16th century and enlarged in 1705, the earlier part of the house was demolished in 1774 leaving only the 18th century wing. Further alterations took place in the early 19th century and the northwest block was added in 1874. The house was used as a school between 1875 and 1935, when the building was restored by Waring and Gillow, and returned to domestic use. The building is of two storeys, it has a virtually square plan and is built of brick with tile and copper roofs.

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